Lili Reinhart ‘Likes’ Video Of Her Shading Ex Cole Sprouse! WATCH! – Perez Hilton
Lili Reinhart gives zero f**ks!
On Wednesday on Twitter, the 22-year-old “liked” a video (uploaded by a fan) of her snubbing her ex during an interview reportedly at Comic-Con in San Diego.
In the shady clip — filmed before news of their split broke — Sprouse offers Reinhart a microphone UNTIL she nods her head “no”!
The social media user captioned the post with a Portuguese phrase that translates to:
“When I’m about to do something wrong and change my mind.”
WATCH the awkwardness (below):
— centralreinhart (@centralreinhart) July 24, 2019
Per Us Weekly, the former couple kept their distance at the Entertainment Weekly Comic-Con party on Saturday.
While the two actors were seen mingling with the rest of their co-stars at different times, they were rarely seen together, according to the outlet.
Additionally, Sprouse was apparently overheard telling a friend at the event he and Reinhart were officially over. The Suite Life of Zack and Cody alum was then said to have left the party with cast mates KJ Apa and Camila Mendes, sans his former flame.
Meanwhile, a separate source revealed to E! News:
“Lili and Cole broke-up earlier this summer. The two are not living together this season.”
Sprouse and Reinhart — who play beloved onscreen couple Jughead Jones and Betty Cooper on the popular teen drama — were first linked in July 2017 after they were spotted locking lips at Comic-Con.
In November 2018, Lili gave a speech at the Glamour Women of the Year Summit where she opened up about society’s unrealistic body standards.
Regarding the criticism she faced for discussing body image, she told the audience:
“For the past year… I’ve been quietly trying to navigate my fluctuating weight and I’ve faced criticism in the past for talking about my body image… People told me that I didn’t have the right to talk about being self-conscious about my body because I was skinny. And I understand how it seems inappropriate for someone who is average size to talk about problems with weight gain. But, my point is, I didn’t think anything was wrong with my body until I was in an industry that rewards and praises people for having a smaller waist than I will ever have.”
[Image via Lili Reinhart/Instagram.]
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