It would only be wrong to worship Jesus Christ as God if Jesus Christ was NOT God.
That would mean that when the Bible speaks of the Word, who became flesh (as Mary's child) being God with a capital G, then it was lying. That would mean that when the Bible states that all God's angels are to worship Christ (because He is no created angel, as are they) then it was lying.
If Jesus is not God, then to worship Him plus worship another divine Being who is also called God would be polytheism (worship of more than one God).
If Jesus is not a god, then to worship Him plus worship another divine Being who is God with a capital G would likewise be polytheism.
We all know that the Bible condemns polytheism, saying there is only one God who is to be worshipped.
Thus, if this Jesus is not of the same divine Being as this one God, who alone is to be worshipped, then it would be wrong to worship Jesus (irrespective of capitalizing 'God' or not.)
Christianity maintains that the one Being of God subsists in the three uncreated and co-equal 'persons' of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. This avoids the sin of polytheism being committed by Christians.