Sprouse spoke out about the pictures almost immediately, owning responsibility for the turn of events, saying: Got to move past it I suppose. Cole barbed Dylan about the room conditions, saying: Unfortunately for them, Cole Sprouse is having none of it.
The account has 3. He even captioned the photo "My African Queen. Presumably, he thought it was funny, but it's obvious that the joke was in bad taste. He even went on to try and make light of it in the comments, saying "My insert politically correct statement Queen" - needless to say, it didn't smooth over the matter.
Sprouse marketed the blog vigorously on his own Twitter, and though it started as a platform to showcase his photography, it quickly transformed into its true purpose of answering fan questions.
At first, it was an early installment of the classic Sprouse social media wit, and fans reacted mostly positively to the banter that Cole threw at them. However, Sprouse quickly revealed the whole thing had been a social experiment to see how fans would respond to being observed - and then promptly deleted the blog. Fans were quick to screen-cap and memorize the posts - one even going so far as to continue the spirit of the blog and answer questions in Cole's stead.
The compromise, of sorts, is that the character would not be romantic. Cole Sprouse still hopes that asexual representation will find a place in later seasons, so here's hoping his creative input is taken into account as things develop. The street performer - called Babe Coal - refused to stop busking despite the fact that the production had a permit to film there. Cole Sprouse tried to explain the situation, but things quickly got out of hand.
Sprouse lost his cool, and accused the performer of being a "scam artist", getting incensed when she demanded compensation for being forced to move. Not only did Babe Coal speak out against the handling of the situation by both Vancouver police and the Riverdale cast and crew, but she spoke out against Cole Sprouse personally, saying, "Cole Sprouse acted like a spoiled brat and tried to bully me with his popularity.
He has no idea that his actions make him look bad not me. Not a great way to make your point. Luckily, their break from the spotlight wasn't permanent. The brothers were born in Italy and spent the first few months of their lives there - but when it was time to return to the U. It was a great way to pay the bills - and it's lucky the twins seem to actually enjoy the work. Very quickly they scored their first gig - at only eight months old - which was a commercial for diapers.
But this may have been the case for Dylan Sprouse post-Suite Life. He was also spotted as a barista in a New York coffee shop, so at least he was exploring his options in minimum wage work. Now that he's returned to acting, it'll likely be another decade or so before we potentially see a similar recurrence. Leave it in the comments! Advertising [x] Give Screen Rant a Thumbs up!