BREAKING: Cole Sprouse Brought His Ass Out Online And Twitter Has Some Thoughts

June 8, 2022 / Posted by:

Most people think of Emo sad boy spokesperson Cole Sprouse as Jughead Jones from the dumpster fire guilty pleasure series Riverdale. However, every time I see him all I can think of is Ross Gellar’s son from Friends after discovering Slipknot. And with his latest post on Instagram, I’m wondering why he hasn’t started an OnlyFans page because apparently, the man has been hiding more cake than a bakery in the back of his pants. Or has he?? Apparently, Cole wanted to have a little fun with filters online and posted a selfie that features a glimpse of his bare behind in a mirror. Of course, he altered the pic to make his butt look bigger than it actually is and now Twitter is tanning his hide in the comments section.

According to Page Six Cole must have really been inspired after the release of his HBO Max film Moonshot because he gave his Instagram followers a moon shot of his own with a post that would make even Megan Thee Stallion say “Damn that ass is phat!”

The actor, 29, posted on Instagram Tuesday a photo of his bare butt — except it had been edited to a much larger size than usual.

He cheekily captioned the nude mirror selfie, “Good morning to my publicity team.”

CLEARLY, Cole is new to filters because instead of giving himself the required Instagram-approved Bad Bitch Booty filter he chose to go with the Hairless Baboon option. Those are the kinds of asses you’ll find at every strip club on the Planet of the Apes, so hopefully, his foray into filter misuse will teach him two very valuable lessons:

  1. Nobody wants to see your ass, Cole.
  2. Twitter is a horrible place that will rip you to shreds to ensure you NEVER put us through this misery again.

There’s also an unedited version of Cole’s compact cakes floating around on (NSFWish) Twitter. But let’s just go with the narrative that Cole has enough booty to singlehandedly win a twerk battle during a Back That Azz Up dance-off.

Pic: Instagram

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