Affinity Magazine is an online publication "written by teens for teens" — and it looks like one of its teenage writers has *a lot* of questionable things to say about aging...
On Monday, the magazine posted a photo of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen with Nicki Minaj at the Met Gala and included a caption that attacked the twins' "aging" appearance.
"Nicki Minaj is 34 and the Olsen twins are 30," Affinity noted on Twitter. "White people age like bananas."
The internet immediately took issue with the offensive tweet.
What's worse is Affinity is labeled as a feminist, body-positive publication — yet its tweet was riddled with ageism.
Not to mention, the Olsen twins have (very publicly) battled health issues in the past.
Mary-Kate entered treatment for an eating disorder in 2004, and Ashley suffers from Lyme disease.
Making fun of their "aging" faces was just cruel.
Upon noticing the backlash, Affinity deleted the tweet and immediately issued an "apology."
But Twitter called them out for it.
Readers weren't satisfied with Affinity's half-hearted "sorry."
The magazine then tried to backtrack again.
But Twitter users were able to read between the lines.
Maybe next time the teen magazine will learn how to compliment one woman *without* putting others down.
Not cool, Affinity.