Priyanka Chopra Gives Befitting Reply To US Comedian’s Apology Post. Says ‘Google My Name Before Doing It’

Priyanka Chopra is one of those ladies in Bollywood who doesn’t give a second thought when it comes to trolling her trollers. Recently, US comedian Rosie O’Donnell in some of her Instagram videos referred to Priyanka as the ‘Chopra wife’ and ‘some Chopra’. Also, she shared a TikTok video on Instagram in which she talked about how she met Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas at a restaurant in Malibu and called her famous author Deepak Chopra’s daughter.

But Priyanka Chopra didn’t keep quiet and gave a befitting reply to the comedian. Priyanka Chopra said, “Hi everyone. Some thoughts. I have never taken myself so seriously to think everyone would know who I am, or my work for that matter. But if you wanted to make a public apology for a very awkward private encounter, I think it probably best to take the time to Google my name before doing it or even try to reach out directly.”

She then wrote that everyone deserves to be respected for their unique individuality and not be referred to as ‘someone’ or ‘wife’, especially in a sincere apology. If we can learn to respect our differences in an authentic way, the world we raise our children in will be amazing.

PeeCee further added, “Also PS As I’ve said before, not all Chopras are related to the great Deepak, just as not all Smiths are related to the legendary Will Smith.” 

Priyanka’s husband Nick Jonas hailed her on his Instagram Stories by reacting to the note, saying, “Well said, my love.”

It all started when the American comedian then goes on to ask her followers on TikTok, “Didn’t you think Priyanka Chopra was Deepak Chopra’s daughter? Am I the only one who thought that?”

But what makes it worse is when she offers an apology to Nick Jonas and ‘the Chopra wife’. ‘Priyanka’ wasn’t mentioned once in the video. Rosie’s apology to Priyanka did not go well as Priyanka reiterated that not everyone that shares the same last name is related to one another.

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