Cara Delevingne has stepped up and courageously addressed the haters who think she is undeserving of her roles in the big screen. Delevinge was cast to play Margo Spiegelman for the movie adaptation of John Green’s “Paper Towns.”

The 22-year-old supermodel is strutting her way to the big screen. Although many are excited for her new movie, Delevingne confessed that some members of the “Paper Towns” cast asked for her audition tape, just to make sure she had earned her role fair and square. Moreover, some fans are not quite satisfied of the casting either. To that here is Delevingne’s juicy response: "If anyone just thought I was trying to pad my resume, they can suck my" — she paused to consider her word choice — "boobs," the actress told Time magazine.

Kidding aside, the “Pan” star admitted she was having a hard time transitioning from supermodel to Hollywood actress, considering that only a few were successful in such an endeavor. "Everyone tried to typecast [me] as the dumb blonde model or the girl who gets killed. 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," she explained. In fact, her passion for acting started at age four, the New York Times reported.

Prior to becoming an actress, Delevingne is known for her modeling for Burberry and Dolce & Gabbana.

“Paper Towns” is coming to theaters on July 24.