You really can't name a sibling duo more iconic that Cole and Dylan Sprouse, and their latest social media roast proves it. The twins might not work together anymore, but they really can poke fun at each other like no one else can. This time, Cole decided to savagely come after his brother with one simple tweet – and it's legendary.
Cole decided to reply to a tweet from another newly beloved Twitter account, Oscar the Grouch, and said the Sesame Street character will love his bro – since you know, Oscar loves trash.
Then you’ll love @dylansprouse— Cole M. Sprouse (@colesprouse) September 5, 2018
This could be seen as being super mean when you think about it. But knowing it's coming from Dylan's twin eases the blow. But if you're a fan of the Sprouses, then you know they're nothing if not sarcastic and hilarious on social media (especially when it comes to each other). Let us never forget when Cole congratulated Dylan's big return to acting by calling out his brother for taking all of his white t-shirts – since it was a photo of Dylan wearing one that was used as the promo image for the big news. Literally disregarded Dylan's big career move! But don't think it's just Cole doing all the roasting here. Dylan once took to his Instagram story to imitate Cole's Riverdale role as Jughead Jones when he stumbled upon a crown hat –because we know Juggy is all about that crown-shaped beanie.
📲 Post do Dylan Sprouse no insta stories— Cole Sprouse PT 🇵🇹 (@ColeMSprousePT) September 16, 2017
"Wooow Sou um actor angustiado chamado Cole e sou o Jughead" 😂
No one can tease a Sprouse brother better than they can, that's for sure! But as we know, they really are each other's biggest support. Even though Dylan doesn't watch Riverdale and won't ever appear on the series, he's nothing but happy for Cole.
"I'm just immensely proud of my brother for tackling both the big job of doing Riverdale, which is a lot of hours and has had like a lot of success, and also at the same time not losing sight of his passions like photography, which he’s very good at. I hear very good things [about the show] and I hear my brother is quite good so I'm proud of him nonetheless," Dylan said in an interview with Indiewire.
How adorable is that? Even though we mostly won't ever see the brothers as co-stars again, knowing they obviously are always there for each other no matter what is pretty adorable.