The Cut Erases Piece Smearing Priyanka Chopra as Scam Arist

Priyanka Chopra

Chopra, a Bollywood star whose fame extended to the West in recent years when she was cast as the lead in ABC drama Quantico, married Jonas last weekend in a lavish ceremony in India. Many took to Twitter to call out the publication accusing Chopra of being money-hungry, with many calling the article "racist' and "sexist".

Nick Jonas has never shied away from flirting with his Lady Love on social media.And the reception night was no different. Days after the couple got married (in two handsome wedding ceremonies in India, we might add), The Cut published an article analyzing their relationship-and why it might be fake. Sophie took to Twitter and wrote, "This is wildly inappropriate and totally disgusting. We've removed it and apologize", the outlet said in an editor's note that replaced the original story under the same URL. While fans had already shared their disgust over the article, Bollywood stars have also taken to Twitter to slam the worldwide article.

The daily further quoted a source, "Priyanka has a few ad campaigns lined up, which she needs to shoot for in the coming week".

The couple's wedding pictures were released on Tuesday by People and Hello magazines.

The Cut article, headlined "Is Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas" Love For Real?', suggested Nick Jonas Wednesday "against his will", adding his relationship with Chopra was a scam to bolster her career. Both Chopra and Jonas shared heartwarming videos of their Christian wedding ceremony where the actress was seen walking down the aisle in a Ralph Lauren outfit, escorted by mother Madhu Chopra.

Nick's brother Joe also called it disgusting and tweeted that "The" Cut should be ashamed to have someone write such evil words. "It reeks of envy and bitterness", Sonam tweeted. Getting a black woman to share her "views" about a successful, self made brown Indian woman doesn't change the fact that the piece is racist & sexist.