Tyreek Hill and Keeta Vaccaro appear to be going strong after public court records showed that the Dolphins receiver filed for divorce on Monday.
Hill, who married Vaccaro in November during Miami’s bye week, denied the couple were divorcing the next day, writing in a post on X that the pair “are happily married.”
Taking to her Instagram, Vaccaro shared a video and photos with Hill on Wednesday, when they took in a workout at BODY20, a boutique fitness studio that utilizes an FDA-cleared electro-muscle stimulation suit to burn calories, reduce cellulite, tone up and build lean muscle.
“Trying out a new workout,” Vaccaro wrote.
The newlyweds were all smiles in the photos, which showed them posing together in their BODY20 suits, and hugging during the session.
The All-Pro NFL receiver flexed his muscles in another photo, while Vaccaro flashed a peace sign in the mirror.
Vaccaro has yet to directly address the divorce report.
The court records, which were public, are no longer available on the Broward County clerk of courts website.
“I get on Twitter and see bs,” Hill wrote Tuesday in a post on X with a laughing emoji.
“Boy no the heck we didn’t so don’t put that in the air !!!” the Pro Bowl wideout said in a separate post responding to a divorce report. “We are happily married and gone stay that way.”
Hill and Vaccaro tied the knot in Texas on Nov. 8, after the pair had been engaged since July 2021.
Hill also posted a photo of the couple on his Instagram Story earlier Tuesday, and Vaccaro re-shared it.
Hill’s attorney told the Sun Sentinel that they did not have a comment when the outlet reached them by phone.
Hill and Vaccaro made headlines earlier this month when his $6.9 million mansion caught fire in Miami.
“It was an accidental fire,” Davie Fire Marshal Robert Taylor told The Associated Press at the time, adding that the fire started due a child playing with a cigarette lighter in a bedroom.
The month prior, Hill was sued separately by two women who each claim he is the father of their child, both born in 2023, according to The Daily Mail, which cited court documents filed in Florida.