CityLab writer Tanvi Misra tweeted that she loved "the fawning for nick jonas in this through and through bad piece given that billions of Indians collectively gasped, 'this. guy?!'" when Chopra announced her engagement.
"Upon further editorial review, we found this story did not meet our standards", the editorial note now reads. It's not even in my stratosphere.
The couple married on 1 December in India, with spectacular three-day wedding celebrations, including a traditional Hindu ceremony. We took attractive traditions that we both grew up with and personalised them in a way that made sense for us. "Super Married!" he raved, sharing a photo of Nick and Priyanka from the Christian portion of their wedding.
The couple was also involved in their first post-wedding controversy when an opinion piece published by The Cut called her a "global scam artist" who'd conned Jonas into marrying her.
The Cut updated the article before taking it down, seemingly to tone down the language.
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For a publication that "shows women's what they are made of" @TheCut has a lot to answer for. "These kinds of random things can't disturb it".
Meanwhile, Nick's brother, Joe Jonas, couldn't help but gush over the newlyweds via Twitter.
British actress Jameela Jamil has also responded to the article on Twitter, sarcastically stating it's "always fun being a South Asian woman in this world".
"Last night, the Cut published a post about Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra's relationship that shouldn't have gone up". It reeks of envy and bitterness.
Jonas was also decked out a Chopard piece during his wedding weekend, opting for a watch from the storied jeweler's collection.
"There is no good explanation for this other than human error and poor judgment".