Kylie Jenner attends the Grand Opening of the Sugar Factory American Brasserie on September 16, 2015 in New York City

Kylie Jenner attends the Grand Opening of the Sugar Factory American Brasserie on September 16, 2015 in New York City

*On the very day that “Black-ish” aired its big n-word episode, where the teen daughter played by Yari Shahidi said her white friends use the n-word all the time and it’s no big deal, Kylie Jenner was caught using the slur while wishing her African American friend Happy Birthday.

And it was received with a smiley-face emoji.

Jenner, 18, gave her friend Jordyn Woods a birthday cake that read, “Happy Birthday N*gga.”

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A photo posted by @jordynwoods on

After posting it on Instagram with a happy face emoji, Woods — who Kylie also gave a brand-new Mercedes — got a boatload of side-eye in the comment section.

Among the comments: “What kind of friend wants to call you a racial slur? Especially one where people like her have a history of using the word to dehumanize people like you? Couldn’t be me!”

“I just hope this girl realizes Jenner is not her friend. This some other level type of disrespect smfh.”

Below, a pic from Wednesday’s “Black-ish” premiere when dad explains to his daughter’s white friends why their use of the n-word is unacceptable.

YARA SHAHIDI, ANTHONY ANDERSON

BLACK-ISH – “THE Word” —
YARA SHAHIDI, ANTHONY ANDERSON

This isn’t the first time Kylie has been caught in racial backlash. She was accused of donning blackface for a cover shoot this past spring, eventually explaining: “This is a black light and neon lights people lets all calm down.”

In July, Kylie was in a dust-up with “The Hunger Games” actress Amandla Stenberg. The actress, who is black, criticized an Instagram pic of Kylie sporting cornrows.

“When u appropriate black features and culture but fail to use ur position of power to help black Americans by directing attention towards ur wigs instead of police brutality or racism #whitegirlsdoitbetter,” Stenberg said in a comment left on the post.

Kylie responded, “Mad if I do…mad if I don’t.”