Buddhists do not worship the Buddha, nor consider him a god, “divine”, or anything other than a fully awake human being. We consider him a person – a fully-awoke person, a great teacher, and an example for us to be sure – but definitely not “more than” a person, like the way Christians view Jesus. To do so would be undermining the most fundamental point of Buddhism, which is that through the practice of meditation and the cultivation of awareness and compassion, we also – meaning everybody! – can also become fully awake (aka enlightened), and therefore become a buddha as well. It is our human birthright and innate nature, and there have been many buddhas throughout history.
All Buddhists would be fine with this wording, not because we’re chill (although we are!), but because it is correct.