After he came under fire for throwing a “massive” party for his 21st birthday, despite California’s recommendation that residents avoid prolonged, unmasked contact with those outside of their homes amid the current coronavirus pandemic, Bryce Hall seemingly responded via social media.
Following the major gathering, the newly 21-year-old took to TikTok and seemingly clapped back at those who slammed the event.
A few days later, he also took to Twitter and addressed the haters again.
“If I don’t respond to you hating on me, just know you’re not worth my time,” Bryce wrote.
if i dont respond to you hating on me, just know you’re not worth my time
— Bryce Hall (@BryceHall) August 16, 2020
As fans know, alleged photos and videos from his birthday party showed “over a hundred people” partying without masks until the gathering was reportedly shut down by the Los Angeles Police Department at 4:00 A.M.
Social media users posted clips from the party that showed LAPD cars parked outside the Sway House. In one of them, someone can be heard seemingly saying, “You gotta head out, guys.” The LAPD has not publicly addressed the situation.
— Def Noodles (@defnoodles) August 15, 2020
After the whole party went down, Bryce was also confronted by the papparazzi who asked him to comment on “having a lot of people” at the party. He responded with, “Have a good one, my man,” and didn’t speak about the situation.
“I’m sure you’ll be told this but after your power and water gets shut off on Tuesday, if you continue to party they can and will try to charge you with domestic bioterrorism to make an example out of you,” he wrote.
The Sway House and its members have not responded to J-14‘s request for comment.
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