Cara Delevingne lashes out at Richard Madden following accusations

Cara Delevingne had choice words for Game of Throne’s star, Richard Madden. Who started it?


Well, Madden accused the 23-year-old model and actress of being “unprofessional” and “ungrateful,” according to People.com. Delevingne expressed her displeasure, admitting she has never met him, and that he should not be insulting her when they have never even met.

Reportedly, Madden said the infamously awkward interview “made her seem ungrateful” and that “she showed her age.” The Cinderella and Game of Thrones actor also reportedly said he had to do similar things for his movie, Cinderella, where he admitted “you get asked the same eight questions.”

Delevingne, on Twitter, said Madden is “desperate” and even expressed how she believes a grown man needs to not badmouth others and needs to focus on his own work, not others’.

Madden made the claim, according to People.com, that he was taken out of context. Madden tweeted back, that he was “misquoted” and it was all “blow out of proportion.” He even sent out his claim of “nothing but respect” to Cara Delevingne. Cara retweeted a photo from her fan account “Cara D’s Squad” that had her in a pose where her head was somewhat turned and it says, on the bottom of the photo, the words, “What’s good, Richard?”

So you see now that Cara can be feisty and speak her mind; she will stand up when she feels attacked. The question now is, when the two meet, will it be more awkward than Delivignge’s viral Paper Towns interview?

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