Cara Delevingne defends Ashley Benson after starting dating G-Easy after separation

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By Adam S. Levy for Dailymail.com

Cara Delevingne defended her ex Ashley Benson on Thursday.

The 27-year-old English model spoke to social media asking fans to fire the 30-year-old Pretty Little Liars actress after her recent date with G-Eazy after their split last month.

“It is more important than ever to spread love, not hate,” said Delevingne, referring to the coronavirus pandemic. “To everyone who hates Ashley Benson, please stop.”

The latest: Cara Delevingne, 27, spoke to social media asking fans to fire Ashley Benson, 30, after recently emerging from G-Eazy after their separation last month.

Skip the romance? An insider told People on Thursday that

The latest: Cara Delevingne, 27, spoke to social media asking fans to fire Ashley Benson, 30, after recently emerging from G-Eazy after their separation last month.

Delevingne concluded by saying, “You do not know the truth, only she and I, and that is exactly how it should be.

An insider told People on Thursday that “it looks like an adventure right now” between the rapper and Benson, from Anaheim Hills, California.

“She’s recovering from a breakup,” said the insider about Benson’s separation from Delevingne, as they have been romantically linked since 2018.

A source told the publication that the “couple’s relationship had just run its course,” adding that even though they had always had their ups and downs before … it is over now.

Serious: Delevingne raised the coronavirus pandemic in his message to fans

Serious: Delevingne raised the coronavirus pandemic in his message to fans

Glam: the former couple was broken in Milan, Italy, at the end of February

Glam: the former couple was broken in Milan, Italy, at the end of February

Collaboration: G-Eazy, 30, whose real name is Gerald Earl Gillum, recently worked with Benson on a cover of the 1993 song Radiohead, Creep

Collaboration: G-Eazy, 30, whose real name is Gerald Earl Gillum, recently worked with Benson on a cover of the 1993 song Radiohead, Creep

During the current quarantine in California, Delevingne spent time with famous friends, including her model colleague Kaia Gerber, sister actresses Margaret and Rainey Qualley.

G-Eazy, 30, whose real name is Gerald Earl Gillum, recently worked with Benson on a cover of the 1993 song Radiohead, Creep.

They were spotted taking out takeout earlier this week in Los Angeles. According to ET, on Instagram, Benson liked a comment that said: Can’t Ashley have friends now? STOP SAYING ASHLEY CHEAT! OR EVEN CARA! They just need friends more than ever.

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