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Following cancellation, Teen Vogue EIC Alexi McCammond wishes she took responsibility for her racist anti-Asian comments sooner

Following Alexi McCammond's recent resignation as the Editor-in-Chief of Conde Nast's premiere publication Teen Vogue, took to social media Thursday to apologize for her past questionable tweets.

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Following Alexi McCammond's recent resignation as the Editor-in-Chief of Conde Nast's premiere publication Teen Vogue, took to social media Thursday to  apologize for her past questionable tweets.

McCammond lasted as Teen Vogue's EIC for just under two weeks after past tweets emerged suggesting McCammond is a racist and homophobic.

In a recent tweet published by McCammond she had admitted she should of had taken responsibility earlier by saying "I should of not tweeted what I did and I have taken Full responsibility for that."

“After speaking with Alexi this morning, we agreed that it was best to part ways, so as to not overshadow the important work happening at Teen Vogue,” Stan Duncan, the chief people officer at Condé Nast told McCammond, in an email obtained by New York Times

While many of McCammond's critics have taken to social media to "cancel" her when the fact remains that McCammond's tweets were published when she was just 17-years-old, McCammond is now 27.

The staff at Teen Vogue publicly chastised McCammond's tweets, made over a decade ago, and seemed to have a motive to remove McCammond from the internal team at Teen Vogue.

McCammond's story is a good learning lesson to remember that nothing said on social media can be 100% erased from the internet.

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