Priyanka Chopra Jonas is currently buzzing everyone’s feeds by her recently released book, “Unfinished”. In her book she has mentioned a lot of her life’s journey in quite an unfiltered manner. Wherein she has mentioned an incident dating back to the time when before starting with her television debut in the States with Quantico, she released her single ‘In My City‘ feat This single dropped in about three years before Quantico. 

In her Memoir, Desi Girl wrote about unexpected and much negative reactions to her song. She shared that she received emails, tweets and more in criticism. Priyanka revealed how her bubble of excitement got burst in no time with all the racist comments by people.

Priyanka Chopra Jonas wrote down in her book that:

I remember the thrill of turning on the television the first night it aired and seeing myself introducing the game in a prerecorded announcement, and then watching the upbeat ‘In My City’ promo video along with the millions of others who were tuned in. From where I sat, there was no better way for me and my music to be introduced to mainstream America than through an NFL weekly spot. #GameOn!

My bubble was quickly burst. The excitement of having my first song debut in the United States on such a huge platform was destroyed by a storm of explicitly racist hate mail and tweets, including – among many, many examples to choose from – ‘What’s a brown terrorist doing promoting an all-American game?’ and ‘Go back to the Middle East and put your burka on’ and-years later it’s still hard to write this – ‘Go back to your country and get gang-raped.

She has written and shared a lot of incidents of her life in her Memoir. In some chapters of the book she has even shared that she was asked to “Get your B**b fixed and B*tt cushioned”

On the other hand, at a brighter side, PeeCee’s “Unfinished” is gathering a lot of praise and love from all across the world. On top of all, Unfinished got featured on New York Times’ bestseller list. Priyanka took to the internet and through her social media pages, she expressed her gratitude.