Am I considered a "Hoe" for this?

So I liked this boy and we "talked" but he ended up playing me.

Now fast-forward His friend asked for my number (this guy asked my friend who is also his friend for my #) and I didn't think much of it so I said "yea" and he texted me and I texted him back and he never replied. After this, he started to act funny towards me. like for example he would be nervous around me he'd show up at places I'd be at school and he was considered a shy guy. But what I noticed, is that he would act like he's not interested in me around his friends which included the boy that I liked. But when he was alone without them, he acts shy and He would always stare at me when I'm not looking a lot too.

Now fast-forward to the end of the school year I was in the cafeteria and I was talking to my friends and then suddenly the guy I use to talk to, the shy guy, and another one of their friends walked in and sat down at a table adjacent from us. I didn't pay any mind to it at all. Until suddenly I saw him and his friend pointing at me and laughing at me. The guy who acts shy around me started to blush and I heard the words "No bro, no bro'' whiles the guy I use to talk to was just sitting there with no engagement in the convo between them. And after that, they were staring at me Now after this, some time had passed and it didn't bother me until the guy I "talked to" started shading me online by saying "You're a hoe for messing with my friend" W I never even spoke to him!. I'm afraid that he is messing up my character and who I am because I take pride in my character and I don't want anyone referring to me as a "hoe" or a chick who 'homie hops".

here are my theories:
1: The guy I used talked to set him up to see if I"d mess with his friend (Hence him not replying to my text)
2: Or He probably liked me fr and didn't tell his friends and his friends probably sense that there was something going on between us or they noticed how nervous he was around me.

What do you think?
Am I considered a "Hoe" for this?
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