The picture shows the new bride's mehendi and mangalsutra and we are in love with it. Giving an ode to Nick's love for music and the location of their wedding, Priyanka incorporated a guitar and a camel in her mehendi. "We've removed it and apologize". A recent article published by The Cut online claims that Priyanka Chopra is a global scamster who tricked the "innocent" Nick Jonas into getting married to her. Some have also said that the article is a result of jealousy and also spewing hatred against brown skin and Indian women. What Nick & Pri have is Beautiful Love.
The article has now been edited by removing most of the controversial bits. It reeks of envy and bitterness.
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To get a Harvard law degree, I was in debt. "I forgot where I was for a moment!" she quickly added. If you're thinking about my thoughts when I come out on stage it's "don't" fall'.
Calling The Cut's article "disgusting" in a tweet on Wednesday, the actress joined many others who expressed their shock at the opinion piece which was labeled "sexist, racist and xenophobic".
The couple tied the knot in two lavish wedding ceremonies held in Jodhpur on December 2 and 3. For the record, having the groom ride a horse is also a traditional part of Hindu ceremonies and by exoticizing that, and making it seem like Nick Jonas was forced to do something against his will, is racist. For those unaware, the article was written by Mariah Smith. "Priyanka's indulgences and what she views as necessities speak volumes to her personality and what she'll do, or think she needs to do, for her career". "Forget petty. This piece is problematic and embarrassing", commented another.