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.

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"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.

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What's worse is Affinity is labeled as a feminist, body-positive publication — yet its tweet was riddled with ageism.

Affinity Magazine Olsen twins Nicki Minaj aging
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Not to mention, the Olsen twins have (very publicly) battled health issues in the past.

Affinity Magazine Olsen twins Nicki Minaj aging
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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.

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Upon noticing the backlash, Affinity deleted the tweet and immediately issued an "apology."

Affinity Magazine Olsen twins Nicki Minaj aging
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Affinity Magazine Olsen twins Nicki Minaj aging
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But Twitter called them out for it.

Affinity Magazine Olsen twins Nicki Minaj aging
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Readers weren't satisfied with Affinity's half-hearted "sorry."

Affinity Magazine Olsen twins Nicki Minaj aging
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The magazine then tried to backtrack again.

Affinity Magazine Olsen twins Nicki Minaj aging
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But Twitter users were able to read between the lines.

Affinity Magazine Olsen twins Nicki Minaj aging
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Maybe next time the teen magazine will learn how to compliment one woman *without* putting others down.

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Not cool, Affinity.