It Wasn't Me: Kylie Jenner Says Someone Else Brought N-Word Cake to Her Party

It Wasn't Me: Kylie Jenner Says Someone Else Brought N-Word Cake to Her Party

The reality star is under fire for offensive pastry.

Published September 24, 2015

The Kardashian-Jenner girls can't seem to stay out of trouble. This time, it's Kylie Jenner who's in the hot seat, over a cake that was served at a birthday party she threw for her close friend Jordyn Woods. The confection was your average birthday treat: frosting, candles, and a white chocolate plaque that read "Happy Birthday N***a." 

Predictably, social media has gone crazy over the offensive dessert, and Jenner quickly took to Twitter to clarify that she wasn't the one who brought the cake to the party. "My cute little cake to Jordyn the other day. The other one was not my gift," she captioned a pic of a more innocuous treat."

Still, Jenner doesn't deny that the other cake was a part of the celebration. When will these girls learn that no matter how many Black celebrities share your bed, it's not okay to cross that line with the n-word? While Jenner can hardly stop people from bringing offensive treats to her house, it demonstrates a level of stupidity to allow the cake to be photographed and posted to social media.

Live and learn, Kylie.

(Photo: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)

Written by Evelyn Diaz

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