Cavinder Twins

The Cavinder twins, who recently left the University of Miami, are conquering the world, and there’s even speculation about a potential WWE venture for these TikTok sensations.

In a heartwarming Mother’s Day tribute last Sunday (May 14), the stunning twins, formerly college basketball stars, and their mother, Katie, wore matching sports bras and shorts for a special TikTok video. The caption on the video conveyed a touching message: “Everything good in us… Got it from our mama.”

The heartfelt homage to the matriarch of the Cavinder family resonated with their enormous social media following, boasting an impressive 4.5 million followers on TikTok. Fans showered the trio with compliments, expressing sentiments like, “Aww, she’s so beautiful” and “That is so cool! You guys are all gorgeous!”

Cavinder Twins

This isn’t the first time the 22-year-old twins have showcased their affection for their mother. Earlier in January, they referred to her as their “triplet” in a sweet birthday tribute. The Cavinder twins continue to captivate audiences with their charm, style, and family bonds, leaving their fans eagerly anticipating their next move.

Extending heartfelt birthday wishes to our dearest friend and triplet, the most selfless, hardworking, and supportive person we know. The twins expressed gratitude on Instagram, acknowledging their triplet’s role in challenging and improving them daily. Their message concluded with a declaration of love and appreciation, dubbing their triplet their biggest motivation.

Since their departure from the University of Miami, where they opted out of their fifth-year eligibility, speculation abounds about the Cavinder twins‘ next move. This anticipation is fueled by a significant NIL (Name, Image, and Likeness) deal they inked with WWE in 2021.

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Amidst these considerations, Hanna took to Instagram to address an issue close to her heart—the catcalling of women. Expressing frustration, she shared her exasperation with the inappropriate behavior she’s encountered while walking.

In her candid statement, Hanna questioned the audacity of some men who engage in catcalling, emphasizing her dissatisfaction with their attempts to make females feel uncomfortable. With a mix of disbelief and exasperation, she highlighted encounters with men wearing wedding rings, adding a perplexed, “What are you doing?” to her impassioned plea for respect.

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