The Suite Life twins' Twitter banter is SAVAGE AF

Louise McCreesh

From Digital Spy

Is there anything better than our favourite child stars growing up and ripping each other to shreds with a spot of savage Twitter banter?

Well, if those child stars happen to also be twins ripping into each other, then - yes. Yes there is.

Step in Dylan and Cole Sprouse.

The brothers from The Suite Life of Zack and Cody may be all grown up now, but they're still little scamps when it comes to roasting each other on social media.

Take last week, for example, when Dylan Sprouse (Zack) clapped back at Cole so hard we're still shook from it all.

It began with Cole posting the tweet below, asking his brother Dylan: "were you Zack or Cody?"

So far, so civil, right?

Until Dylan came back with this cutting reply, that is, and Twitter lost its mind.

"I don't remember actually," he said. "I was too busy carrying the show on my back."

And that wasn't the only joke Dylan had at his brother's expense.

On Tuesday (March 7), Dylan had fun booting his brother out of the show entirely, by sharing a video of The Suite Life reimagined without Cody in it.

"Finally getting the respect I deserve," he wrote next to a video of The Suite Life of Zack.

Ooh, double burn.

Photo credit: The CW

Since The Suite Life of Zack and Cody ended, the twins have taken different career paths.

While Dylan has been keeping a relatively low profile, Cole can be seen in Netflix's new Archie comic-inspired show Riverdale.

The 24-year-old has also become somewhat of an Instagram sensation with his amaze photography skills, and even got embroiled in a bit of a scandal when nude selfies of him leaked online back in 2013.

What would Mr Moseby have to say about that, eh?

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