TikToker Bryce Hall hosts rager crammed with 100 maskless guests and strippers, Internet calls it 'disgusting'

The party which had reportedly 100 maskless guests closely crammed in the house saw LAPD shut down the party at 4 am as it broke Los Angeles' Covid-19 social distancing guidelines


                            TikToker Bryce Hall hosts rager crammed with 100 maskless guests and strippers, Internet calls it 'disgusting'
Bryce Hall ( Getty Images)

It seems like public safety is of no concern in parties hosted by celebrities and social media influencers in America despite the looming threat of the coronavirus pandemic. TikToker and YouTube personality Bryce Hall hosted his 21st birthday bash in his massive house in Hollywood Hills on August 14. As many videos surfaced on Twitter from his birthday bash, it was pretty evident that the party did not adhere to any Covid-19 protocols of social distancing and wearing masks, making the celebration look somewhat nightmarish.

The videos show Hall's house jam-packed with people dancing, drinking, eventually stripping and not giving a thought to public safety. The loud party was swarming with fellow TikTok stars, reality television and other famous teen personalities who were seen enjoying the wild party, like the ‘Too Hot to Handle ‘ star Harry Jowsey. TMZ reports that at one point, some male strippers dressed as cops came in and gyrated on Hall and later female strippers were brought in for the same. Finally, real cops showed.

The party which had reportedly 100 maskless guests closely crammed in the house saw LAPD shut down the party at 4 am as it broke Los Angeles' Covid-19 social distancing guidelines that were being enforced due to a surge in cases across the country. “Bryce Hall and Sway House throw a massive party in Hollywood Hills with over a hundred people. The Sway boys recently moved from Bel Air to a secluded house in the Hollywood Hills. Party was broken by the LAPD around 4 am. This is a long thread. What are your thoughts @MayorOfLA?”, tweeted a YouTuber Def Noodles, who has over 429k YouTube subscribers, calling attention to the flagrant violation of rules.



 

 “Sway House had another party last night with fireworks on same day California registered 2nd highest COVID infections with 12,500 new cases. LA is known for fires, with one last week sparking from a car malfunction and destroying 26k acres. More in thread. What are your thoughts?”, he tweeted raising concerns over such parties.”  



 

 

As reported in the Insider, Hall did not respond to comment on the matter neither did other party-goers like Hype House member Avani Gregg, Youtuber FaZe Banks or TikTok star Mads Lewis. Such TikTok collab houses have become notable party incubators having sprung up around LA in 2020 with the latest being the case of Sway House. Many videos have also surfaced in the past like on August 3 showing parties thrown by TikTokers without following public safety protocols. Despite public outrage and apologies from YouTubers like Tana Mongeau and James Charles, plenty of influencers continue to gather at the mansions where groups of internet-famous teens and young adults live and create content.

“TikTokers throw another party, this one appears to be at the Sway LA House. Bryce Hall, Josh Richards, Blake Gray, Nelk Boys, Nessa Barrett among people at party. This hour after LAPD tried to shut down an NFL player’s party at Beverly Creek last night. What are your thoughts?”, Def Noodles had raised the alarm then as well.



 

After the videos surfaced, people are now asking how such influencers can have a huge fan base despite being socially irresponsible. Many slammed the stars saying that they are just entitled and give a carte blanche to themselves risking other people's lives in a pandemic. Others too chimed in that they would rather choose life over such wild parties in such difficult times. “How on earth can anyone be a fan of these people? There’s nothing to look up to.” 



 

“Seeing sweet old people losing their lives while these entitled people do not care about theirs just makes me sad,” one wrote. 



 

“Influencer who’s been to COVID party: “Wanna hang out?” Me:” 



 

 

"Hi @BryceHall @jadenhossler @BlakeGray @JoshRichards & others who have been partying with large groups - please consider social distancing, mask wearing, & using your huge platforms to encourage responsibility during a worldwide pandemic. the below thread is... disgusting., said one on social media calling out the Internet sensations for their irresponsible behavior in the time of a pandemic. 



 

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