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Cara Delevingne

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Cara Delevingne is never one to hold back, so her message to doubters was exactly what you might expect.

The supermodel and actress spoke to Time magazine  from the set of Paper Towns about her struggle to land serious roles, practicing an American accent, a possible music album, the differences between modeling and filming and admits that she doesn't know who she is.

Oh, and she addressed the haters (because being on Cara's level means having to deal with those who question your every move, natch).

So when she was asked what she'd say to those who feel she's undeserving of her movie roles—Delevingne will also be in the highly anticipated DC Comics flick Suicide Squad—the 22-year-old's response only reminded us why we love her so much.

Paper Towns

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"If anyone just thought I was trying to pad my resume, they can suck my"—she paused to consider her word choice—"boobs." LOL! Did you get that?! SUCK HER BOOB, HATERS.

In all seriousness, the quirky and funny A-lister admitted that she's had a tough time trying to break the mold the industry attempted to put her in. "Everyone tried to typecast [me] as the dumb blond model or the girl who gets killed," she explained.

"I take what roles I do very seriously. I always want to portray a strong female. Acting roles for women are usually less strong and, like, bleeding hearts."

And her most recent project, Suicide Squad, definitely left a lasting impression on her. One that might have even landed her in trouble. "I was like, ‘Honestly, if I go outside and punch people, you've got to come get me out of jail because I am so furious… [the director] sparked a f--king fury in me," Delevingne said.

Suicide Squad, Cara Delevingne

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Regardless of what society may think of Cara transitioning to the big screen, it looks like we'll be seeing more of the blue-eyed bombshell's acting chops.

She hints at future projects already being in the works by saying, "With films, it's planned so far in advance. Knowing what I'm doing in March next year is way more advanced than I thought I'd be planning things…I don't like to plan things. I like to be spontaneous."

For more on Delevingne's interview, check out Time's article here.