I want to know if it's correct to say "you neither" in the context below
This is an informal conversation between "A" and "B"
A: You didn't wake up early.
B: You neither (meaning B is saying that A didn't wake up early)
I know B can say to A “Neither did you" or "You didn't wake up early either"
My question is can B say to A "You neither” (or “You either”) in that context that B is telling A that A also didn't wake up early?
I've never heard "you neither" as a response, and I want to know if it's grammatically correct to say "You neither" as response instead of "neither did you" or "you didn't wake up early either” in a context like the one above.