The city of Philadelphia managed to mess up iconic singer Patti LaBelle's honorary street sign.

According to The Associated Press, the Streets Department responsible for misspelling the sign did not capitalize the "b" in her last name. The issue was noticed Tuesday during the street naming ceremony.

A part of Broad Street between Spruce and Locust Streets was dubbed Patti LaBelle Way as a tribute to her long entertainment career. LaBelle, whose real name is Patricia Louise Holte, is a native of Southwest Philly. She has dominated the music industry, the world of cooking and was an actress with her own TV show at one point.

In her five-decade spanning career, she has also become a major HIV/AIDS awareness advocate.

But having her own street in her hometown is a special achievement.

The 75-year-old icon was presented with a sign that had the proper spelling. However, the sign at the intersection had the lower case "b" in the last name. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports the mistake will be corrected by the Streets Department. 

Deana Gamble, the communications director for the city, told the Inquirer the department will fix the problem next week.  

LaBelle joins the likes of Boyz II Men and non-Philly native Muhammad Ali to gain their own streets in the city.