The Media Is Chasing Cara Delevingne Because She’s Going Through Something Is Beyond Mess

Aditya
Aditya September 15, 2022
Updated 2022/09/15 at 2:27 PM
The Media Is Chasing Cara Delevingne Because She's Going Through Something Is Beyond Mess
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There’s been an enormous emphasis recently on combating mental health stigma, which is excellent to observe. However, the treatment of celebrities going through it requires a significant overhaul. There are numerous examples of this, such as Kanye West and Britney Spears, and recently an unsettling video of Cara Delevingne’s has been making rounds.

After video footage of Cara acting in a manner described by the media as her “erratic” at LA airport was made public, There have been many stories about the model’s current situation.

One newspaper blatantly released a headline that echoed her fans’ suspicions of her being “on drugs”. At the same time, other publications reached out to people who claimed that her family is planning to hold an intervention to address those who are “struggling models.”

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The Media Is Chasing Cara Delevingne Because She's Going Through Something Is Beyond Mess

There have even been reports that have documented her troubled past and analyzed how she changed from being a sought-after fashion model, actress and a “drug abuser” as if it were a fashion gallery for the cover of a glossy magazine.

The most recent story is that the most exciting paparazzi were spotted in front of her home and took pictures of their friend Margot Robbie who was a bit unhappy after visiting her.

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We haven’t shared these stories since we aren’t willing to release images of someone going through something that requires privacy and consideration.

I’m sure that writing this article can draw more attention to what’s happening, but it’s the more significant issue we must consider to protect celebrities. In the end, they’re human beings too.

We treat them as fictional film characters and snack on popcorn as we watch them spin, and we’re not aware that there’s an individual behind this “viral footage” who’s experiencing something.

Famous people aren’t immune from problems with addiction or mental health. They deserve the same attention, attention, and, more importantly, privacy as the rest of us when they’re going through whatever they’re dealing with.

The act of stalking Cara when she’s in trouble and snapping photos when she’s the most vulnerable is highly predatory behaviour.

Cara Delevingne is a woman who deserves empathy and compassion, not a photographer huddled in front of her home with reporters waiting to report on her struggles. Nobody has the right to do that.

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