Cara Delevingne Says She Doesn’t Want to Pretend to be Something She’s Not, Refuses to Comment on Relationship with ‘Fast and Furious’ Star Michelle Rodriguez

Cara Delevingne said she does not want to pretend to be something she is not with regards to her sexuality during her recent interview with The Telegraph.

While Delevingne openly posts photos of herself and Michelle Rodriguez, the 21-year-old model still does not directly comment on her relationship with the 35-year-old "Fast and Furious" star.

Instead, the model said, "Yeah, which is apparently quite bad sometimes. I mean, Kate (Moss) is incredibly open, but she chooses who she is open to. I'm just open, generally. But I feel that's when you really connect with someone."

In January, Delevingne and Rodriguez made headlines when they kissed in their seats while intoxicated at a New York Knicks game, Enstarz reported.

Despite the attempt of one of her PRs to not answer questions about her sexuality, Delevingne said, "On that topic, I think... What do I think? I think people shouldn't be scared of that. I'm young, I'm having fun. I don't want to pretend to be something I'm not. So I don't really care on that matter. People can say what they want, but I'm having a good time. I know what people are doing who are my age. I just think it would be a lie to pretend that I'm not having a good time."

While she admitted she used to be a tomboy and had more guy friends at school, she said things already changed quite a bit.

"I don't meet men now who just want to be my friend. It doesn't really happen that much. They're just shallow like that. Unless it's one of my girlfriend's boyfriends, most guys are not like, 'Oh, we should just be mates.' I think it's harder to become friends with guys because guys just want to have sex with you," she said.

Delevingne has also been romantically linked to One Direction member Harry Styles, according to US Magazine.

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