Lili Reinhart claps back at troll who said she doesn't deserve to date Cole Sprouse

Lili Reinhart claps back at troll who said she doesn't deserve to date Cole Sprouse

Lili Reinhart is no stranger to having people talk about her online, or having trolls dissect her relationship with her Riverdale co-star, Cole Sprouse. Earlier this month, she joked that she and Cole had broken up after Riverdale actor, KJ Apa, wrote on social media, "Cole's not sitting next to Lili."

And now, the 22-year-old has clapped back at two Twitter users, who not only roasted her relationship, but had the audacity to tag her handle too.

Yesterday, a Twitter user shared a screenshot of an exchange between herself and a friend, captioned "The scoop on @lilireinhart." The picture included a screengrab of Lil's recent tweet, "Fashion week is great and all, but have you ever spent a rainy weekend inside cuddled up with your bae?", with the added commentary: "How come this cringey b*tch gets to date cole but i dont."


The tweeter, Emily Rose, then wrote "She is so 2013 Tumblr. She probably tells him to touch her butt and buy her pizza." The fiend then responded, "HAHAHAAH you're exactly right."

Lily, however, didn't hesitate to set the record straight. She retweeted the comments with a joke of her own, writing "No no... I tell him to touch me everywhere and then we eat Chinese food. Get your facts straight, Emily."

And naturally, the actresses' response had her fans in stitches. "Holy sh*t you ended them both that quick," one Twitter user wrote, while another added "Don't dare to mess with Lili Reinhart and her bae..."

A third summed it up: "She may have ended y’all BUT SHE BROUGHT ME TO LIFE! YASSSS LILYYYY."

Emily Rose then retweeted Lili's tweet, saying - "Honestly? I’m honored," - you know, as she should be.

The actress recently opened up about her struggle with acne, and body dysmorphia.

"I cried last night to my mom over FaceTime because of how ugly I felt I looked," Lili told Glamour. "My skin has caused me a lot of anxiety and sadness. I have a specific type of body dysmorphia that stems from acne. I see any acne on my face as an obsessive thing. [It's] the only thing I can think about, and it makes me want to hide."

However, Lili then went onto say how the support of her fans has made things a little easier. "Lorde actually messaged me on Instagram when I had spoken out about my acne, and she was like, 'Girl, I feel you. I'm totally on the same page as you,'" Lili revealed. "It was really comforting and very sweet of her."

But while the actress is committed to speaking out about things like her acne, struggles with confidence and mental health, she told Glamour that she still ensures to draw a strict boundary between her public and personal life. "I haven't really shown the super vulnerable side of myself to my audience. If I did that, I wouldn't have anything left for myself," she stated.

"I talk about my mental health. I talk about depression. But I'm private about the things that I want to be private about." She added, "Sometimes I feel like I look like sh*t. Sometimes I don't want to talk to anyone. And it's like, I'm allowed to have those days. I'm not going to apologize for that."

Looks like we've got a new girl crush...