Lili Reinhart Slams Fans Who Think Her Relationship with Cole is “Suffering”
As we all know, it basically took forever for Lili Reinhart and Cole Sprouse to confirm their relationship. However, now that they’ve admitted it themselves, fans are finally getting an inside look at their romance. Well, sort of.
Although the Riverdale stars continue to keep many details about their relaysh under wraps, they’ll occasionally post a cute Instagram photo together or speak about each other in interviews. And by “speak about each other in interviews,” we mean chat about how they prefer to maintain their privacy, of course.
That being said, it’s fair to say that when people overstep their boundaries and make assumptions about their relationship, the couple gets extremely frustrated. And TBH, we totally understand why! Yesterday, for example, the 22-year-old clapped back at haters after they assumed that one of her tweets was directed at her 26-year-old BF.
The drama started when the blonde tweeted, “Sending the ‘sorry you feel that way,’ text instead of just ‘I’m sorry,’ because you’re a stubborn b*tch.”
People assumed that Lilz was indirecting her famous boyfriend and, eventually, she clapped back.
In an entirely separate tweet, she wrote, “Can I tweet something stupid without everyone speculating that my relationship is suffering?? F*ck. Grow up.”
If you’re trying to find these tweets now, don’t bother. Lili deleted them soon after they were published, probably because they were sassy AF. Regardless, we’re glad she confirmed that her and Cole’s relationship is still going strong.
Don’t expect any further updates about their relationship, though. In a recent interview with Teen Vogue, LR explained, “I keep my relationship private because it’s just between two people, and that’s the way it should be. It’s not like I’m trying to dangle my relationship in front of people’s faces like, ‘you don’t know anything about us.’ It’s just, you don’t need to know. People feel like they’re owed that, and you’re absolutely not owed anything by me.”