Cara Delevingne and Michelle Rodriguez were caught smooching on land and cavorting in the water during a week-long Cancun vacation that ended Sunday, and now the Victoria's Secret model doesn't seem thrilled that pictures and video of their getaway have surfaced online.
On Monday, she took to Twitter to rant, first going off about the importance of ignoring other people's opinions. She capped that by saying, "[Y]ou have no idea how valuable privacy is until you loose it!!!"
A few hours later, she went off about paparazzi.
"How many people have to get hurt or even killed to realise that it's not right?," the model said in a series of tweets. "It scares me because they act like they're assassins with there telescope lenses, hiding in bushes or whatever they can find. Ha I actually used to feel so sorry for them, how boring it must be to follow people around all the time but some of them actually enjoy it."
"Rant done!! Needed to get that off my chest for a while! Also, I have never once seen a woman pap! Can someone explain that!?"
The photos show the 21-year-old British model and 35-year-old "Fast and Furious" actress in intimate situations on a Cancun patio. And, calling it confirmation that the two were really a "couple" couple, TMZ posted video of the two looking as if they were having a really good time in the waves, with Delevingne going topless.
Rodriguez and Delevingne haven't exactly been keeping their outings quiet since they started hanging out in January -- though Rodriguez's rep denied a February story in the Mirror that had the actress confirming a relationship, saying her client hadn't talked to the British paper.
The couple first cornered the gossip world's attention at a New York Knicks game in early January where they behaved very much like girlfriend and girlfriend, with Rodriguez reportedly getting sloshed.
"Cara had to take Michelle's drink away from her during the second half of the game," an observer told Us Weekly at the time. "Michelle was so sloppy, it was embarrassing to watch."
Since then they've been photographed out together frequently.
Rodriguez in October stated that while she's not gay, she has no problem hooking up with men or women.
"I've gone both ways. I do as I please. I am too ... curious to sit here and not try when I can," she told Entertainment Weekly. "Men are intriguing. So are chicks."
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