Yesterday, pictures surfaced of Priyanka's white wedding dress designed by Ralph Lauren, worn for the Christian ceremony.
"This is wildly inappropriate and totally disgusting", Turner echoed on her account. "We've removed it and apologize", the publication wrote.
"This is disgusting. The Cut should be ashamed to have someone write such evil words".
The New York magazine is now receiving flak for carrying an article that is not only demeaning the actress' career but also for its racist and sexist remarks.More news: Trump, Xi agree to temporary truce on trade
The earlier version of the article read, "Priyanka: She is a modern-day scam artist, in my opinion".
The original story was headlined, "Is Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas' Love for Real?" according to E! The highly sexist piece also shamed her for buying expensive things and said that their relationship doesn't make sense as Nick would want to stay a bachelor at 24 while Priyanka would be looking to settle down at 34. "Very disappointed that The Cut would give anyone a platform to spew such bulls-t".
When prodded about details on her upcoming honeymoon, Priyanka simply said that she doesn't know yet since she is already busy with work. On the page where the article was published it now says, "Upon further editorial review, we found this story did not meet our standards". The outlet deemed Priyanka to be a "global scam artist" who has tricked Jonas into a lifetime commitment when all he wanted was a fling. "It reeks of envy and bitterness", Sonam tweeted.
Smith finished her piece with: "Nick, if you're reading this, find that horse and gallop away as fast as you can!"
In an exclusive interview with People magazine, Priyanka spoke about her joy in combining her and Joe's different cultures in the wedding ceremonies.