If you watched Cara Delevingne's incredibly awkward interview on "Good Morning Sacramento," you know that the model-turned-actress, who was promoting "Paper Towns," was just working with what she was given -- which was some really terrible questions from the show's totally tone-deaf hosts.
That's why we're not entirely sure if "The View" co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Nicolle Wallace watched the same interview we did, because on Wednesday, they called the 22-year-old out for acting like a "bitch."
Delevingne seemed surprised, as well, and took to Twitter on Wednesday suggesting her brand of humor may have gone over some people's heads:
She also retweeted actor Zach Braff, who made a very solid point:
She also retweeted Kristen Walbolt, a web producer for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, who shared her her thoughts on the situation:
She then she retweeted "Good Morning America" social media editor Jeff Lowe, who was all about common sense:
Goldberg had argued, "She’s not a famous actress. She’s a newbie … nah, honey, I’m famous. There’s professional and there’s unprofessional. We’re checking you, babe. We’re checking you. That was not the way to handle that, Cara," but it kind of seems like she handled it pretty perfectly.
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