A white, “trad-wife” TikToker was fired from her job after she casually used the N-word in a cooking video that quickly went viral on social media.

Lilly Gaddis recorded herself cooking in her kitchen, where she aired her grievances about the male community and the perception of women as gold diggers. She then referred to such women as “dumb whores” and “immigrants fresh off the boat looking for a green card” before her next talking point about her married friends.

She mentioned those she knows are married to “broke-ass n***as, and we don’t give a f**k about your money,” in the nearly two-minute clip as she casually used the racial slur.

The clip quickly went viral on Monday, amassing millions of views across TikTok and various social media platforms. However, The Daily Beast reported that Gaddis’ TikTok page was suspended Tuesday evening after she posted a new video showing no remorse for her language.

“All the backlash just really made me do a deep dive and soul search, and after all that, I still couldn’t find a care,” she said in the clip, sparking many user responses on the post.

Her former employer, Rophe of the Carolinas, a home health care company, became aware of the racist video and promptly terminated her employment, effective Tuesday. The company further confirmed this decision on its official X, formerly Twitter, account.

In a statement, Rophe refrained from mentioning the woman’s name but referred to her as a “newly hired employee.” The company emphasized that her views do not align with its mission, mainly as it is “owned and operated by African American female and immigrant-owned business.”

According to the New York Post, Gaddis worked as a marketing and sales manager at Rophe in Wilmington, North Carolina. She then posted about it on her X account just hours after receiving the news.

“Oh no, I just got fired! #mob,” she tweeted.

Gaddis relished the newfound attention she has received since the viral video. She also mentioned starting a new career because of it.

“Thanks black community, for helping to launch my new career in conservative media!” she wrote on the platform. “You all played your role well like the puppets you are ❤️.”