The Cut’s author tweets reparation for Priyanka-Nick article: we was wrong, we am truly sorry

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priyanka chopra and scrape jonas Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas tied a tangle on Dec 1 in Jodhpur (Photo: Instagram/priyankachopra)

After a The Cut published a cryptic and argumentative essay on Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra and American thespian Nick Jonas’ wedding, a internet bloody a square detached and called out a writer, Mariah Smith. And now Mariah has taken to Twitter to apologize for her actions. Incidentally, her reparation comes after The Cut itself took down a pronounced essay and released an reparation to a readers.

Mariah tweeted, “I wish to unequivocally apologize to Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas, and to a readers, we annoyed and harm with my words. we do not acquit racism, xenophobia, or sexism. we take full shortcoming for what we wrote, and we was wrong. we am truly sorry.”

The Cut had primarily published a essay with a word that called Priyanka ” a tellurian fraud artist.” The Cut after published an reparation and said, ” Upon serve editorial review, we found this story did not accommodate a standards. We’ve private it and apologize.”

The essay was fast circulated on a net and celebrities took to amicable media to impact a announcement for a sickening piece. Bollywood stars Swara Bhasker and Sonam Kapoor called a essay shameful. Sonam tweeted, ” For a announcement that ‘shows women what they are done of’, TheCut has a lot to answer for. The essay on Priyanka was sexist, extremist and disgusting. Also, it’s created by a lady that is so sad. It reeks of enviousness and bitterness. Mariah, contrition on you.”

Priyanka’s in-laws and general celebs Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner called a essay disgusting, with Joe even tweeting, “This is disgusting. @TheCut should be ashamed to have someone write such immorality words. What Nick Pri have is Beautiful Love. Thank u, Next.”

Priyanka and Nick tied a tangle in a Christian marriage on Dec 1, that was followed by a Hindu marriage on Dec 2.