The Cavinder twins are dancing to the beat of their own drum when it comes to romance this summer.
Haley and Hanna Cavinder — the former basketball stars at the University of Miami, who recently signed a NIL deal with the WWE — revealed their relationship status in a TikTok video on Sunday that showed the bikini-clad siblings dancing.
Hanna, who is in a relationship, was seen dancing in a white swimsuit.
“Sister who has a bf this summer,” a caption above the 22-year-old read.
The video ended with Haley, who is apparently single, dancing in a black two-piece with the caption: “Sister who is in her summer girl era.”
Although Haley and Hanna joke about dating on social media, they are usually private about their personal lives.
The former Hurricanes guards previously discussed their relationship status when Miami became the Cinderella story of March Madness and reached its first Elite Eight in program history.
The Hurricanes’ run ended there as they were eliminated by eventual champion LSU.
During an appearance on the “BFFs” podcast, the TikTok stars were asked if they were single.
“No, I’ve been in a relationship for a while,” Hanna said at the time, adding her boyfriend is in the space force.
“[We’ve been dating] for almost seven years.”
As for Haley?
Miami’s leading scorer last season denied speculation that she was dating Michigan basketball star Adrien Nunez — and confirmed she was single then.
The Cavinder twins, who opted not to use their fifth year of eligibility in order to focus on opportunities outside basketball — including NIL and long-term brand deals — graduated earlier this month.
During an appearance on “TODAY” in April, Haley and Hanna announced they are focusing on a NIL agreement with WWE and “a lot of long-term deals.”
The sisters have earned an estimated seven figures in NIL deals since the NCAA rule change in 2021, enabling student-athletes to profit from their name, image, and likeness.
They have various deals with Victoria’s Secret, Champs Sports, and other fitness, fashion, health, and lifestyle companies.
“[Influencing and WWE] could be in the future but I think it’s more of having passive income and we’re super into health and fitness, so we’re trying to create a brand with that and then we really want to get into real estate,” Hanna said on the “BFFs podcast.”
Haley and Hanna became popular fixtures on TikTok with their dancing videos during the COVID-19 pandemic.
They have 4.5 million followers on TikTok and more than 600,000 followers on their joint Instagram account.
The siblings also made headlines in February when they were involved in the NCAA’s first NIL infractions ruling — but were not sanctioned following an investigation into the Hurricanes’ recruiting.