- Dylan Sprouse poked fun at a picture the Daily Mail used of him for a story about Selena Gomez saying kissing him was "the worst."
- Dylan tweeted a screengrab of the Mail's Instagram Story, which showed him during his Disney Channel days wearing a black fedora.
- "Yo get that pic of him in the fedora to really sell the message," Dylan captioned the tweet.
- His twin brother Cole also trolled him for Gomez's kissing comments on Instagram: "I can safely say I've never had a girl say this about me."
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Dylan Sprouse poked fun at a picture the Daily Mail used for a story about Selena Gomez saying kissing him was "one of the worst days of my life."
Dylan shared a screengrab of the Daily Mail's Instagram Story, which had the title "Kissing Dylan was 'The worst,'" alongside an image of the two of them.
In the picture of Dylan taken during his days on Disney's "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody," the teen star is dressed in a purple and black striped tie, and his blonde fringe is swept under a black fedora.
"Yo get that pic of him in the fedora to really sell the message," Dylan tweeted with the screengrab.
His twin brother Cole also took the opportunity to troll him when Teen Vogue posted on Instagram about him being Gomez's "awkward first kiss."
"I can safely say I've never had a girl say this about me," Cole commented.
Gomez had spoken about her first kiss with Dylan on "The Kelly Clarkson Show" after she had visited her childhood home and discovered an old love note she had written about his brother.
"I had written in the closets that I was in love with Cole Sprouse," Gomez said.
The 27-year-old singer said she was obsessed with "The Suite Life" and thought her and Cole "were going to end up together one day."
"Then I guest-starred on the show and I kissed his brother, but I didn't get to kiss Cole," Gomez said.
After Clarkson said how scarring the kiss must have been, Gomez laughed and said, "It was one of the worst days of my life."
Gomez guest-starred on "The Suite Life" back in 2006.
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