Hollywood celebrities that hail from the same channel aren't always likely to get along. This is the case for former Disney stars Dylan Sprouse and Selena Gomez. In the "Suite Life's" stars' latest tweet, Dylan Sprouse disses Gomez. What did the twin brother of Cole Sprouse have to say?
Before Selena Gomez topped the Billboard charts and sold off over a hundred copies of "Stars Dance", the 21-year old actress had humble beginnings in Disney channel. Gomez starred as a witch in the original Disney series, "Wizards of Waverly Place." The series might not have been as popular as Miley Cyrus' "Hannah Montana" but the series did win an Emmy Award late last year.
This goes to say that Selena Gomez was considered one of Disney's most popular stars. While Cyrus and Lovato, both who had hailed from Disney, are in close ties with Gomez even after exiting the children's channel, twin Sprouse brothers have a sour side for Gomez. In Dylan Sprouse's latest tweet, the former "Suite Life" star goes on to blast Gomez's "diva attitude."
"@selenagomez Oh I get it Selena, too good to follow your ole' pals Dylan and Cole huh? THIS IS JUST LIKE WHEN WE WERE 12 #neverforget," stated Dylan on his Twitter account.
Well, whatever happened back when Selena Gomez and the Sprouse twins were young definitely stayed in mind. According to another web post, the reason why the Sprouse twins left the channel was the "Come and Get It" singer. Dylan and Cole had initially planned to write and produce the last season of "The Suite Life on Deck." Producers of the show however "laughed" at the idea then came back two weeks proposing "the same" pitch to the boys plus with Selena Gomez attached. The bad part was there was no producer credit for the Sprouse twins.
Needless to say, it touched a nerve for the boys and had ultimately decided to leave. For one, the topic and mere mention of Gomez to the boys isn't a very good idea. Hopefully, Selena Gomez would learn to take notice of old pals from Disney but judging how she's changed her BFF, Demi Lovato, to Taylor Swift then that likely isn't to happen.
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