Nick, 26, exchanged vows with Chopra in two ceremonies, a Christian one performed by the brothers' father, followed by a Hindu ceremony the next day.
New York Magazine's The Cut removed a piece from its website on Chopra, 36, and Jonas, 26, following their extravagant wedding overseas this past week. The Cut is known for its liberal views on women.
A recent article in New York Times' The Cut drew widespread condemnation as it levelled allegations against Priyanka over her marriage to Nick.
The Cut's article received criticism from many fans on social media. Clearly, this was Chopra's way of "indicating that he'd been added to the short list of Hollywood men that she and her team would test out for a possible romance". She pointed out that after their engagement, the couple participated in what Smith referred to "SponCon nonsense" - they were attending public, sponsored events by Tiffany, Amazon and Google. Racism and sexism has no place in the modern world and should be called out immediately. Netizens also pointed out the writer's ignorance of Hindu traditions and of Chopra's star power before she met Jonas.
On Thursday, Nick's brother Joe Jonas, who is engaged to Game of Thrones starlet Sophir Turner, welcomed Priyanka Chopra to the family in an adorable Instagram post and congratulated the bride and groom on their nuptials.
"This is disgusting. [The Cut] should be ashamed to have someone write such evil words".
The first photos of the brunette beauty's Vogue photoshoot were released last month, along with a joint feature where Chopra and Jonas detailed their love story for the first time. "Thank u, next", he tweeted.
"This is wildly inappropriate and totally disgusting", she wrote.
Initially, editors of The Cut said it took down the article as it did not meet "editorial standards".