One thing we never expected to come out of the singer’s recent interview with James Corden is Cara Delevingne and Justin Bieber’s feud. After he was asked to rank his wife’s friends and put Delevingne in last, the model called Bieber out for blocking her on Instagram.

While on The Late Late Show with James Corden, the “Yummy” singer played a game of Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts, in which celebrities have the option to answer juicy questions or eat the questionable and often disgusting foods sitting in front of them.

When Bieber was asked to rank his wife Hailey Bieber’s friends from favourite to least favourite, he obliged the audience with an answer instead of opting out to eat bull penis.

“Kendall, Gigi, Cara Delevingne,” Bieber answered. “Here's the thing, let's go back to it though. I know Kendall, I've spent the most time with Kendall, she's a good friend of ours. I haven't spent a lot of time with Gigi and I haven't spent a lot of time with Cara. So, I have nothing against those people, it's just I have a better relationship with [Kendall]."

Delevingne got word of the pop star’s answer, and she was unimpressed, to say the least.

"Now vs. Then. If you have nothing against me, then why don't you unblock me? Love you @haileybieber - he should have just eaten the bull penis,” the model captioned an Instagram post from this afternoon.

The post first shows a video clip of last night’s interview, then a photo of Delevingne walking the runway at the 2012 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show where Bieber performed, and finally, a selfie of the duo hanging out and repping the Toronto Maple Leafs, wearing jerseys together.

According to E! News, just a few months ago, Delevingne called out Hailey and her husband for their comments about the drama between Taylor Swift and Bieber’s manager, Scooter Braun.

The 25-year-old has yet to respond to Delevingne’s comments. You can check out the entire Spill Your Guts segment below.

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