The Cut Columnist apologises for calling Priyanka Chopra scam artist

The Cut Columnist apologises for calling Priyanka Chopra scam artist

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The article, published on The Cut website, claimed that Nick shares a "fraudulent relationship against his will". "We've removed it and apologize". Now, the writer Mariah Smith has released her apology as well.

Mariah tweeted an apology on Friday which read, '"I sincerely apologize to Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas and to the readers I offended and hurt with my words". I don't condone racism, xenophobia, or sexism.

Mariah Smith said she took "full responsibility for what I wrote, and I was wrong. I am sorry", she has tweeted out.

A U.S. journalist has apologised after writing that Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra was a "scam artist" who had trapped USA singer Nick Jonas into marrying her to further her career. We've received dozens of messages from readers expressing their anger.

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Emaar tweeted the newlyweds: "Your love story has melted our hearts and we'd like to invite you to Dubai to say your vows once again, at the highest man-made point in the world: The Burj Khalifa spire". There is no good explanation for this other than human error and poor judgment.

Reportedly, Priyanka and Nick are expected to host another wedding reception in Mumbai.

"Priyanka and Nick are finding ways for their "love" make them money - circumventing the methods used by the celebrities of yore, who stuck to selling their wedding or baby photos to magazines", the article added.

Priyanka's in-laws and worldwide celebs Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner called the article disgusting, with Joe even tweeting, "This is disgusting".

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