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Cara Delevingne found herself dealing with a pathetic internet troll after he gave the model and actress some unsolicited and extremely condescending career advice.

It all started when the Suicide Squad star tweeted an announcement leading up to a big project she was working on.

That is when twitter user and complete rando @BradTheLadLong decided to chime in to tell her to look for a "real job."

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Delevingne, who was actually about to announce her partnership UNICEF, responded thusly:

Still, the troll persisted.

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Might get you somewhere? Dude, she is an incredibly successful woman whose career only seems to be growing. "Brad the lad" on the other hand seems to be a hapless internet sleuth who tries to appear important than he actually is by picking on female celebrities (he recently tried to start fights with Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale and model Chrissy Teigen on Twitter).

Of course, like many trolls, this user tried to justify his sh*tty behavior with the "well, it's just my opinion!" excuse.

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Valid. Brad, who just seems like the absolute worst, responded like this:

No. No one knows who you are, you irrelevant baby.

Still, Delevingne kept her composure.

Of course, this loser just couldn't let the conversation die.

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Oh, honey.

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Still, Cara Delevingne made an example of the mansplainer on her Twitter, much to the glee of her 7.7 million followers.

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So who is this random guy? Well, judging from his Twitter feed, he claims to be an "outspoken media personality" which appears to just be a fancy way of saying "a nobody who spends a lot of time online." Emboldened by his meaningless Twitter verification, he seems to spend a lot of time desperately seeking the attention of celebrities, mainly females, so he can attack them with sexist remarks. Unable to handle being called out for his actions, Brad tries to convince others that he is more important than he actually is by claiming that he is famous (he's not) and encouraging people to block him. Either that, or this is a genius parody account that satirizes the absurdity of online culture and internet stardom in which case, well done.

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But don't get mad, Brad. It's just my opinion.

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