Cara Delevingne & Naomi Campbell Deny “Rumors” Of Paris Fashion Week Fight
Cara Delevingne and Naomi Campbell are denying that they got into a nasty fight during a Paris Fashion Week event, despite a published report. Both models took to Twitter on Tuesday to say a New York Post story alleging they got into a hair-pulling and shoving match was not true and urged everyone to “ignore the rumors.”
“Don’t know where this story has come from about @Caradelevingne and I fighting!” Campbell tweeted. “It is completely untrue, ignore the rumors XN,” she added. Delevingne also denied that there was any truth to the report, retweeting the 44-year-old model’s tweet and adding “@NaomiCampbell people love to make a drama out of nothing.”
On Monday, the New York Post reported that Delevingne and Campbell had gotten into a shoving match at a Paris Week Fashion Week party for Garage magazine. The alleged fight, said the tabloid, stemmed from a disagreement the two women had over their mutual friend Rihanna.
A source for the paper claimed Campbell thought Delevingne was “disrespecting” the singer and started “angrily shouting at Cara.” The so-called “source” further told the tabloid that the models “began pushing and shoving each other,” and “Cara was seen grabbing Naomi’s hair.” But it’s NOT true, and interestingly, no one else seems to have seen the fight, though it supposedly happened in front of a lot of people at a party.