Newlywed Priyanka Chopra responds to article calling her a 'global scam artist'


A lot of people are lashing out against the website for publishing such sexist and racist article and not able to face the heat from all corners, the website has now deleted the article and apologised for the insensitivity. The same could be read as, "An earlier story about Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas did not meet our standards. We've removed it and apologize", The Cut tweeted. He gifted the newly-weds (centre) a rose each and shared some moments of laughter.The bride also introduced PM to her brother-in-law Joe Jonas (second left) and his actress fiancé Sophie Turner (left), who plan to get married in the summer of 2019.

At least, that seemed to be the gist.

The couple married on 1 December in India, with spectacular three-day wedding celebrations, including a traditional Hindu ceremony.

- Chopra responded to Jonas direct-messaging her on Twitter in late 2016 by suggesting he text her instead, and this showcases her "Hollywoodness" because she had the audacity to tell another celebrity "that her "team" reads her direct messages". Highlighted too was the fact that Jonas had previously dated older women, even in his younger years. While everyone was in a celebratory mode, an article on New York's magazine, The Cut, blew everyone's mind!

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"This is disgusting", wrote Joe.

According to media reports, the article, titled "Is Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas's Love for Real?' suggested that the 'Fashion" star was a gold digger. Also it's written by a woman which is so sad. The magazine also pushed a public apology for writing the piece. There is no good explanation for this other than human error and poor judgement.

Today, The Cut replaced the article with a statement from the editor apologising to their readers, Jonas, and Chopra.

At an event in New Delhi, leading journalist Sonal Kalra asked her reaction to the article.