While Vei mispronouncing words IS funny, pronouncing people's names right is an important part of establishing rapport; a person's name is an important part of their identity. And in this case, it's not some complicated name that she'd be expected to struggle with, she literally just has to say "eye". I don't want to make a big deal out of it, though: if she does mess it up on stream it'll be funny and I'm sure Ai won't take it personally.
But as general advice to all of you anons, making an effort to pronounce people's names correctly can make more of a difference than you might expect. I've had people with trickier names light up when I've gotten their names right on the first try. It can be exhausting going through the world constantly trying to correct people and often just giving up. Not only is it mentally fatiguing, it can also make you feel like you don't belong. Something I see really often is people looking at a foreign name and immediately giving up, complaining, "Oh, there's no way I can say that!" But please, just give it an honest effort. No one is expecting you to sound native, and you're not always going to get it right the first time, but if you can call someone named Nguyen "win" instead of "nuhgaiyen" they'll definitely appreciate it.