Chopra and Jonas's sister-in-law-to-be, Sophie Turner, took to social media to express her outrage, writing, "This is wildly inappropriate and totally disgusting".
The article, which has since been deleted except for an editor's note, argued the marriage was "fraudulent" and that Nick and Priyanka's relationship wouldn't last.
Priyanka Chopra was not messing around when she told Vogue that people would need a vacation after their wedding.
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The unedited, original version of the story called Priyanka a "modern-day scam artist" who had conned Nick Jonas into marrying her, citing supposed "red flags" like wedding-related sponcon (though both the bride and groom participated equally in that) and their super-extra wedding.
Soon after the article was published it received heavy criticism and was called distasteful, racist and sexist by celebrities and fans. "We've removed it and apologise", read a tweet on the official Twitter handle of The Cut.
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All that remains on the story's page is an editor's note: "Upon further editorial review, we found this story did not meet our standards". I hope you do some soul-searching.
'You know, you think your whole life about that moment. Yes, Smith's piece is all kinds of problematic, but she did not operate alone. Some have also said that the article is a result of jealousy and also spewing hatred against brown skin and Indian women. It reeks of envy and bitterness.