Golden Globes 2021 suffers big blunder as Daniel Kaluuya's acceptance speech MUTED & actor shouts 'you did me dirty!'

DANIEL Kaluuya's speech was brutally cut off by a technical error as the actor as he told the Golden Globes they "did him dirty!"

The Judas and the Black Messiah star began thanking the show as he accepted the award, while technical difficulties made the video silent.

However, viewers were unable to hear the actor's acceptance speech, as he laughed and offered thanks for the honor.

Big Little Lies star Laura Dern presented the first award of the night to the Get Out actor.

In a stacked category, Daniel beat out Jared Leto, Bill Murray and others for his role in Judas and the Black Messiah.

He began his acceptance speech but it was cut short due to a technical glitch as no one was able to hear him speak.

As Laura tried to move on and accepted the award on his behalf, the camera cut back to Daniel who sat at his London home. 

"You did me dirty!" He quipped when his audio was finally able to get his mic to work. 

He then thanks the film’s director, Shaka King, for giving him “inspiration” as he cheered with a champagne toast.

Viewers were quick to SLAM the ceremony for its multiple technical glitches throughout the night.

"One person tweeted: "Daniel kaluuya muted, catherine o'hara's husband playing applause and sendoff music on his phone, writers for soul holding a pre-recorded speech on an ipad up to the camera…

"Golden globes exactly like trying to do a zoom call with your grandparents."

Some even accused the HFPA of being racist for the move – as this year's ceremony came under fire for having few people of color nominees.

"We can't hear daniel kaluuya golden globes confirmed racist," someone scathed.

One more tweeted: "Wow… the #GoldenGlobes are so racist that even when Daniel Kaluuya wins as best supporting actor, at first his sound wasn't on. LOL. Just kidding. Kind of."

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