Model/Actress/Video Game DJ?
The catwalk queen has become a virtual ghetto girl, voicing the role of a radio DJ in the popular car-jacking game.
Cara tweeted: "I am so happy to announce that I will be a radio DJ in @rockstargames new GTA V! Tune in! Woop woop."
The 21-year-old model also posted a picture of herself wearing a Los Santos cap - the name of the fictional city where the game is set, and striking a rock and roll pose.
Cara isn't the only radio DJ on the game - other stars making guest appearances in GTA V include Soulwax,Gilles Peterson, Jesco White and DJ Pooh.
GTA 5: Scottish Borders town infuriated by their spot on game map
The name Hawick has been used for a suburb with a 'druggie addict hipster vibe' in the latest Grand Theft Auto game.
The release of GTA V on Monday night was eagerly awaited by millions, and gratefully received by most. But the latest instalment of the phenomenally successful game has outraged residents in the Scottish Borders town of Hawick, who have discovered that a ‘druggie hipster’ suburb in the game has also been named Hawick.
Since GTA’s designer, Rockstar North, is based only 40 miles away in Edinburgh and has slipped tongue-in-cheek Scottish references into its games before, the residents of Hawick find it hard to pass off as a coincidence.
Local councillor David Paterson told the BBC he was “absolutely disgusted” at the homage, since the real Hawick was “a lovely place” with “a lot of history and a lot of good things happening”. In his view, GTA’s appropriation of the name Hawick (pronounced Hoick) for a troubled district was not harmless fun: “It’s going to destroy the reputation of the town.”
The town’s local Member of the Scottish Parliament, John Lamont, went further and invited the game’s producers to visit the area. He said he couldn’t understand why Rockstar North would “pick on Hawick”, suggesting “they clearly do not know Hawick well.”
Rockstar North, who have not yet responded to the invitation, have faced worse. The GTA series has been, at various stages, cited in murder trials, debated in the House of Lords and banned in Brazil. It has also won multiple awards, and GTA V sold £500 million worth of copies in 24 hours this week.
Favourite regional shout outs (that people who actually play this thing have told me about):
- The Stock Exchange: BAWSAQ. LOL. So juvenile.
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