Priyanka Chopra, star of Indian film and US television, and Jonas Brothers singer Nick Jonas celebrated their wedding at a glitzy reception in New Delhi on Tuesday, joined by celebrities ranging from India's prime minister to Hollywood stars. "We've removed it and apologize", the outlet said in an editor's note that replaced the original story under the same URL.
Priyanka and Nick Jonas made their first public appearance as a married couple yesterday as they left from Jodhpur yesterday.
Meantime, Nick Jonas was cast as a hapless groom "blinded by love" and unable to see through his bride's supposed machinations.
"This is wildly inappropriate and totally disgusting", Turner echoed on her account. "Touched by your kind words and blessings", Priyanka wrote on Twitter on Wednesday. "Very disappointed that The Cut would give anyone a platform to spew such bullshit", Sophie said on Twitter.
Many celebrities and fans expressed their disgust for the controversial article.
The New York magazine is now receiving flak for carrying an article that is not only demeaning the actress' career but also for its racist and sexist remarks. It reeks of envy and bitterness.
But one thing I am damn sure of: The article that The Cut published trashing Priyanka over this relationship-which was revised multiple times before being taken down in the same day-was all kinds of wrong.
When asked what she found to be the most special moment from her wedding weekend, the actress told NDTV at the event, "I was definitely nervous and scared". Another comment read: "Forget petty".