“We just wanted one f*cking night to ourselves” — that was the reaction of one black woman after Hillary Clinton made a “surprise” appearance Friday night at BET’s 10th annual “Black Girls Rock” awards show in Newark, New Jersey.

While many people would be grateful to be graced by the presence of such a seemingly important person, don’t count these black women among them.

“Hillary Clinton appearing at Black Girls Rock seems to disingenuous to me,” Twitter user @Frannyxo wrote.

“Anna Stesia” called it a “desperate move,” while Misha Carter responded, “She still won’t get my vote.”

Others were similarly unimpressed:

In February, Hillary made a “surprise” appearance at a gospel awards show in Las Vegas, Nevada.

“We all face troubles don’t we,” she told the audience. “And it’s easy to get discouraged. And then all of a sudden maybe you hear a song in church, you hear it on the radio, maybe a friend is singing it,” she said, before reciting a portion of “His Eye Is On The Sparrow.”

“I sing because I’m happy, I sing because I’m free,” she said to shouts and cheers. “His eye is on the sparrow, and I know he’s watching me.

“And all of a sudden those clouds lift and you know you can go on again. So I know this is not just about music. It truly is about the message. It’s about the Gospel and all that it means to so many of us.

“So I want to thank you. I wish all of you well — not just in these awards but in every day, in every way,” she said, channeling a song writer.

“And I am grateful that you are in our lives. A lot of people need to hear that message and you are helping to deliver it.”

It an interview after the event, Clinton said she is a “person of faith.”