"We've removed it and apologize".
The article, literally titled 'Is Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas' Love For Real?', fully questioned Chopra and Jonas' relationship going as far as to end the article by telling Jonas to "gallop away as fast as you can".
The couple looked straight out of a dream at their Hindu and Christian wedding ceremonies held at the stunning Umaid Bhawan Palace. It's not even in my stratosphere. "These kinds of random things can't disturb it", the Quantico star told local media. They also hosted a reception in Delhi recently and are expected to host a reception in Mumbai soon.
"This is disgusting", wrote Joe.
Reportan colisión de dos aviones de la Marina de EU en Japón
Las Fuerzas Armadas estadounidenses tienen unos 50.000 efectivos en territorio japonés . Mediante la cuenta oficial de la Marina de los Estados Unidos se confirmó el choque .
The article also spoke of Priyanka and Nick's lavish wedding as it read, "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".
Nick's older brother Joe Jonas also commented, writing that the publication should "be ashamed to have someone write such evil words". We've received dozens of messages from readers expressing their anger. "We definitely want kids, and when the time is right, it will happen".
While editors' inboxes were still being sprinkled with a confetti of press releases about what brands Chopra and Jonas wore, ate, rode on, slept under, flew in and dreamed about during last weekend's nuptials, the Cut published an article that laid the whole freebie vacuum on Chopra, calling her a "scam artist" and identifying Jonas as her mark. There is no good explanation for this other than human error and poor judgement.