On Monday morning model/actress Emily Ratajkowski sent out a trio of tweets castigating a New York Times writer (whom she refused to name) for referring to first lady Melania Trump as a "hooker" at a New York Fashion Week event at which they sat next to each other. 

The statement that the writer made was seemingly in regard to nude pictures of Melania that reemerged during the 2016 campaign, as well as a lawsuit over an unfounded allegation that she used to be an escort. Ratajkowski's defense apparently came to the first lady's attention, as she tweeted out a generality about supporting all women, and tagged Ratajkowski in it:

Though he wasn't named, Jacob Bernstein turned out to be the guy on the business end of the public lecture. Bernstein was reprimanded by his editors (never fun) and also took to his own account for a four-part apology:

Guess trying to talk up a model by calling another model a "hooker" probably wasn't the best tactic, especially to a woman whose pinned tweet is this:

Damn, who would've thought?