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'Jeopardy' Contestant Loses $3,200 For Incorrectly Pronouncing 'Gangsta'

Contestant Nick Spicher lost $3,200 in the game show's first episode of 2018.

It happened during 'Double Jeopardy', when the judges first awarded him the money but then ruled that he mispronounced Coolio's 1995 song 'Gangsta's Paradise'.

The clue was 'A song by Coolio from Dangerous Minds goes back in time to become a 1667 John Milton classic."

Spicher answered "What is 'Gangster's Paradise Lost."

One fan joked "Let Nick's mistake be a lesson to us all. In 2018, you gotta keep it gangsta at all times. Never Gangster."


January 4, 2018 |

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