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CNN has mistaken Faith Hill for Faith Evans in a recent tweet promoting Evans’ new album of duets featuring her late ex-husband, The Notorious B.I.G.

The story itself correctly identifies the R&B star as the artist working on the collaborative project, and a photo in the story and attached to the tweet shows Evans, but the tweet itself named Hill instead.

CNN tweeted out a correction shortly after sending the original tweet, but that didn’t stop Twitter users from responding with GIFs of Hill and calling out the news organization for the mistake.

“I hope Sean Penn hops on a track or two,” one user replied, including a photo of rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs in place of actor Penn.

A few hours after CNN’s original tweet went out, Hill herself re-tweeted the message and, along with a smiling emoji, admitted, “This sounds awesome!” Evans also revealed that she is down for a collab, tweeting, “Up for a bonus duet, Ms. Hill? #Faith #TKAI” Evans’ duet LP, The King & I, will be released on May 19th — just two days before Biggie’s birthday. The record arrives 20 years after the rapper’s death.

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