THE Cavinder twins celebrate their new home with a social media video aimed at doubters.
Former college basketball stars Haley and Hanna took to Tik Tok to show off their exquisite new apartment, but hit back at critics in the process.
After moving from Fresno State, the Cavinder twins became stars of the University of Miami women’s basketball team.
The pair helped the Hurricanes reach the Elite Eight for the first time in school history.
The 22-year-old decided to skip her upcoming sophomore year, which fans heavily criticized.
However, the sister hit out at critics on Thursday after sharing a video from her new apartment.
They captioned the video with the following:
“We just moved into our dream apartment.”
“Those ‘stay on TikTok’ comments paid off,” the twins wrote of the video.
Haley and Hanna appear excited and dancing and partying in the video while Taylor Swift’s song “Mean” plays in the background with the trendy lyrics:
“Someday I’ll live in a great old city / And all you’ll ever be is mean.”
The twins hinted that they’ve moved to Florida after chatting with fans in the comments section after being asked if they’d moved to live closer to WWE’s academy.
They responded by tagging the organization and adding an eyeball emoji.
The twins made their televised debut for WWE last month and appeared in the ring later that night, although they didn’t fight.
The two signed a contract with WWE in December 2021 and travel to the company’s academy to launch their careers.
The Cavinders have a total of 5.8 million followers across their social media accounts.
During their collegiate basketball career, they claim to have landed approximately $2 million in NIL deals On 3.