The nominations for the 75th annual Golden Globes were announced Monday, (Dec.11) and a lot of our favorites earned the chance to walk home with the coveted award. However, cousin Tiffany Haddish, (because she’s family now) whose breakout role in Girl’s Trip helped catapult her career, was not among the crop of nominees.

Co-star Jada Pinkett-Smith who has proven she’s never afraid to speak her mind on what she believes are injustices in Hollywood, took to social media to express her disappointment.

Haddish and the rest of the Girl’s Trip cast (Smith, Queen Latifah and Regina Hall) were all denied nominations despite Forbes reporting the film grossed $100 million in the box office. The jarring omission wasn’t lost on fans who also voiced their anger on social media.

Haddish, however, doesn’t seem fazed. The 38-year-old just released her first book, The Last Black Unicorn and also became the first black female comic to host Saturday Night Live. While many are angry, it looks as though Haddish is collecting her coins.