Stoermer posted a cryptic message on her now-deleted Instagram Story on Wednesday (November 30), PageSix reports. She posted a screenshot of the definition of "clickbait," which read "Clickbait typically refers to the practice of writing sensationalized or misleading headlines in order to attract clicks on a piece of content. It often relies on exaggerating claims or leaving out key information in order to encourage traffic. The term is generally used in a dismissive sense."
The storm all started when a Twitter account (Pop Hive) posted a photo of the couple saying they were engaged, attributing it to a "report." PageSix reports the report is likely from Us Weekly, which revealed Zendaya and Holland's relationship is "serious and permanent," according to a source. "They’re both in settling-down mode and are absolutely planning for a real future together," the insider added.
The Euphoria star and Spider-Man actor were first linked in 2016 during filming of Spider-Man: Homecoming. Their relationship was made public in the summer of 2021 when they were spotted kissing in a car.