After marriage to Nick Jonas, Priyanka Chopra dubbed ‘global scam artist’

Carla Harmon
December 6, 2018

A recent article in New York Times' The Cut drew widespread condemnation as it levelled allegations against Priyanka over her marriage to Nick. Columnist Riah has gone to the extent of writing that Nick is in a fraudulent relationship against his will.

Visibly shocked by the tone of the article, actress Sonam Kapoor has described it as "sexist, racist and disgusting".

"The story reeked of post-colonial racism".

In this Friday, Nov. 30, 2018 handout photo released by Raindrop Media, Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas celebrate during a mehendi ceremony, a day before their wedding, at Umaid Bhawan in Jodhpur, India.

The site took down the story and replaced it with a statement reading: "Upon further editorial review, we found this story did not meet our standards". I'm in a happy place at this moment.

The piece, published on the magazine's the Cut website, a spinoff aimed at female readers, painted Chopra, 36, as a calculating figure whose relationship with Jonas was influenced more by a desire to further her career than love. "These kind of random things can't disturb it". On December 1, they had a Christian wedding, and on December 2, they had a Hindu wedding ceremony.

Joe Jonas and fiancée, Sophie Turner, fired back after their new sister-in-law, Priyanka Chopra, dealt with accusations of being a scam artist.

Don't mess with the Jonas brothers - or any of their family!

- 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".

At the event, Pri and Nick radiated happiness as they posed for red carpet photos and stared lovingly at each other. 'Very disappointed that The Cut would give anyone a platform to spew such bulls-t'.

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