Morgan Freeman Explains ‘What’s Wrong’ With SAG Awards Trophy: ‘It’s Gender-Specific’ (Video)

And he does it while wearing a hat to accept Lifetime Achievement Award

There was a whole lot of lead-up to Morgan Freeman’s Lifetime Achievement acceptance at the 2018 SAG Awards on Sunday — there was not a heck of a lot of speech, however. Still, the “Shawshank Redemption” star made his moment count.

After thanking the requisite folks, Freeman spoke out about the male figure adorning each Screen Actors Guild trophy. Oh, and he did it all while wearing a ball cap.

“I wasn’t gonna do this,” Freeman concluded his brief speech. “I’m gonna tell you what’s wrong with this statue: It works from the back. From the front, it’s gender-specific.”

“Maybe I started something,” he concluded.

If any voice can get something done, the voice of God would be a good start.

Watch Freeman’s speech via the video above. He was introduced by longtime friend and fellow SAG Lifetime Achievement Award winner Rita Moreno.