Quentin Tarantino, shirt untucked, way too loud and making everyone a little bit uncomfortable, waded into a mini-firestorm when accepting the Golden Globe for The Hateful Eight's score on behalf of Ennio Morricone Sunday.

In his speech, Tarantino said that Morricone wasn't a composer who stayed in the ghetto of any genre - using the term in the old-school sense to describe being relegated to a niche. But due to the other, race-sensitive connotations of the word, coupled with Tarantino's history of language others might find offensive, the Internet immediately launched into the storm of "Dude, WTF?"

Even presenter Jamie Foxx was clearly stunned, saying "Ghetto," with the kind of inflection that inferred the director had no idea what he just got into.