Not only because that's her kind of attitude, but because it's for a good cause. A cause to condemn R. Kelly.
The model is one of many who has publicly shamed the rapper after the documentary Surviving R Kelly was released.
"I finished the Surviving R Kelly documentary last night and I am so shocked and outraged at how long this has gone on. My heart goes out to all the victims of his emotional and physical abuse and their families.
"This man is a predator that feeds of power and in my opinion is far worse than Harvey Weinstein and needs to be held accountable. I am not trying to compare the two, my point is, Harvey is being investigated and R Kelly is not. We have ourselves to blame in this situation, I knew of the allegations but failed to try and understand the severity of the situation.
"I still continued to listen to his music. Stop separating art from the artist, just because he sings like an angel, doesn’t mean he is one. I still want to applaud @johnlegend@keke @vincestaples@chancetherapper@jadapinkettsmith @ladygaga for continuing the conversation.
Cara had 41 million Instagram followers and took a loss of 50,000 fans after she shared this post.
Cara is among many celebs, like John Legend and Lady Gaga who have spoken out against R. Kelly.
You can read all about the allegations against the rapper here.