Lili Reinhart Mocks Those Cole Sprouse Breakup Reports - ‘Sources Say He’s Single Now’
The Riverdale actress is once again stressing that she and significant other and co-star, Cole Sprouse are very much still together. Rumors have been going around that they had put an end to their romance.
However, after seemingly already denying the supposed ‘insiders’ knew what they were talking about, Lili continues to mock the false reports.
She previously told HollywoodLife that ‘a reliable source has confirmed that none of you know s**t’ and now, she is trolling the reports once again, much to the happiness of shippers who were devastated reading the headlines Lili and Cole had split.
Reinhart mockingly commented under an IGTV clip of Cole that Variety shared yesterday: ‘Sources say he’s single now- is he available?”’
After their joint W Magazine cover photoshoot, the author claimed they ‘would part ways romantically’ despite reports they were over.
That same say, the actress tweeted: ‘Don’t believe everything that you read on the internet, children. And news sources should try a little bit harder to be less vile. ‘Reliable sources’ can kiss my a**.’'
In the meantime, Cole used his own distinct sense of humor to slam the same rumors, posting on his Instagram late last month: ‘UNPRECEDENTED: Cole Sprouse and Lili Reinhart consume the flesh of ‘reliable sources’ to fuel their bacchanalian sex cult.’
Of course, as you may have noticed, neither one of them has clearly denied the split rumors but the way they have been dragging the reports they are not together anymore, makes it seem like they are still a couple indeed.
And the ‘love poem’ she wrote on Cole’s birthday is further proving the reports wrong!
‘I tried to find a poem I could send to you. Because my words were failing me. But I searched and I found nothing that did you any justice. All of these love poems cannot get it right. No one else’s words could ever fit. They have not known the fortune it is to love you. -sappy nighttime birthday poem for @colesprouse,’ she wrote.