Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas have started to irk some with their oversaturated wedding content, but a writer for the Cut took her displeasure to such a weird extreme in an article published Tuesday afternoon that intense backlash flooded social media. Columnist Riah has gone to the extent of writing that Nick is in a fraudulent relationship against his will.
Just days after her wedding to Nick Jonas, the Indian born beauty has changed her name on the photo sharing site to Priyanka Chopra Jonas, adding her husband's famous last name. Actor Arjun Kapoor wrote, "I know Priyanka personally and I am fairly certain Nick Jonas hasn't been kidnapped and forced into a union of love".
A web archive of the article is still up, albeit with all mentions of the word "scam" deleted. "We've removed it and apologize".
Priyanka's brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Joe Jonas and Game of Thrones star, Sophie Turner condemned the article.
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.
In screenshots obtained byIndia Today, writer Mariah Smith begins her since-deleted article by declaring Chopra a "superstar".
Chopra spoke regarding the issue, as per The Hindustan Times today, December 6: "I don't even want to react or comment". It's not even in my stratosphere.
At the event, Pri and Nick radiated happiness as they posed for red carpet photos and stared lovingly at each other.
Meanwhile, Sonam said, "For a publication that "shows women's what they are made of" @TheCut has a lot to answer for. Very disappointed that The Cut would give anyone a platform to spew such bullsh*t". I'm in a happy place at this moment. Also it's written by a woman which is so sad. There is no good explanation for this other than human error and poor judgement.
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