Journalist says sorry to Priyanka Chopra

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Mariah Smith said she took "full responsibility for what I wrote, and I was wrong".

"The Cut", a NY magazine, had recently cast aspersions on Priyanka Chopra's marriage with American singer Nick Jonas.

After the furore, the website issued an apology and said it has deleted the objectionable article. "I am truly sorry", Mariah Smith posted on Twitter.

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

After the ensuing controversy, The Cut first published a watered-down version of Smith's article and later took it down altogether, saying that "upon further editorial review", the publication realised that it did not meet their editorial standards. I do not condone racism, xenophobia, or sexism. "We've removed it and apologise", the publication's statement read. @TheCut should be ashamed to have someone write such evil words.

Nick's brother Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner had come out in defense of Priyanka Chopra after the article went viral. "Mariah, shame on you". I am happy that my daughter is married to someone she truly loves. She added that she is now happy and that such random things couldn't disturb her. Mommy Madhu Chopra's comments on the article, mirrored that of PeeCee's as she said that she didn't want to give publicity to "those fools". "There are some donkeys who do anything they feel like, but their actions don't affect us". On December 1, they had a Christian wedding, and on December 2, they had a Hindu wedding ceremony.

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