September 16, 2015
Cara Delevingne is famous for
being a model being hand-picked by Karl Lagerfeld having rich parents not plucking her eyebrows and looking vaguely like the result of someone describing a model to a police sketch artist. She also does movies, I guess, because back in July she was doing an interview for some movie called Paper Towns. The hosts got her name wrong and then asked her a couple of dumbshit questions ("Did you read the book?" "Do you have anything in common with the character?" "Why don't you seem excited to speak with us?"), which she answered in pretty betchy fashion, IMO. She may not have a future as a standup comedian, or anything, but it's kind of nice to see someone razz interviewers with harmless jokes ("No, I never read the book or the script, actually") when they ask stupid questions.
For some reason unbeknownst to any sensible person, the good people at Style magazine thought it would be a good idea to ask Cinderella and Game of Thrones actor Richard Madden what he had to say about the non-issue nearly two months later. He wasn't kind!
“She showed her age,” he reportedly said. “For Cinderella, I did six weeks of those interviews, where you get asked the same eight questions. If you’re not capable of doing that gracefully, then don’t do it.”
He's not wrong, of course - if you don't want to do endless, redundant promotion for your shitty movies, then you're probably in the wrong business. But the jab at her age was weird (he's 29, she's 23 WHOA THERE OLD MAN), and Cara is apparently an avid Style reader, so she went through the trouble of looking up Madden's twitter handle and PUT THAT FUCKBOY ON BLAST, GURLFRIENNNN
@_richardmadden I have no idea who you are but I think it's little desperate for a grown man to be bad mouthing someone they don't know— Cara Delevingne (@Caradelevingne) September 15, 2015
@_richardmadden if you really want attention that badly, try focusing on your own work and not other people's— Cara Delevingne (@Caradelevingne) September 15, 2015
BURN CITY. In fairness to Madden, he wasn't "bad mouthing" so much as he was giving a semi-odious opinion in response to a very dumb question. Also, shut up, you know who he is - or you looked him up, at least. You're not doing anything to dispel you perceived lack of maturity by tweeting at well-known actors and pretending to not know who they are. As if he weren't eviscerated enough, she RT'd this fan's meme:
(Do you have your own squad on twitter? I don't, or at least I don't think I do. #squadgoals)
Early the next morning, Robb Stark woke up and did what I do pretty much every morning: Look at his phone, go "what the fuck girl, why are you blowing me up?" and then respond with something bulshitty to diffuse the situation.
Sure, yeah. "Out of context." Whatever. He's not wrong, and I don't really blame her for getting pissed. People make stupid decisions all the time. Cara Delevingne decided to get into acting. Robb Stark decided to marry that one bitch and got himself and his whole family killed. It's the circle of life..