A Hacker Tried To Make Ashley Benson And Cara Delevingne Instagram Official

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Calm down

Ashley Benson and Cara Delevingne previously sparked dating rumors after sharing a kiss at London's Heathrow airport, and ever since, fans have been thirsting for a relationship confirmation. So unsurprisingly, a set of cheeky comments made by Benson's account on Delevingne's latest Instagram post has set the internet ablaze—though things aren't exactly what they seem.

As reported by multiple outlets, Benson's account commented "Mine" underneath a photo of Delevingne modeling a semi-sheer Balmain dress last night. Not only that, but Benson's account also added the comment, "I can see your" with a set of sushi emojis. As noted by CosmopolitanUrban Dictionary's definition of the sushi emoji is "a shaved vagina or to have unprotected sex."

Raunchy? Indeed. Real? Not so much. As many fans noted on the @CommentsByCelebs post, according to Benson's stories, her account was hacked while she was on a flight. Her comments on Delevingne's photo have since been deleted. 

NYLON has reached out to both Benson's and Delevingne's teams for comment.

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