After receiving comments on a recent TikTok video claiming that he had passed away, Bryce Hall responded on Twitter and set the record straight.
“What’s up with this trend saying I’m dead and won’t be missed / already forgotten… Wtf is wrong w some people? Hating someone is something, but wishing death upon someone is never OK. C’mon… these comments can hurt anyone,” the 21-year-old posted alongside screenshots of some of the messages he had received.
what’s up with this trend saying im dead and won’t be missed / already forgotten… wtf is wrong w some people? hating someone is something but wishing death upon someone is never okay cmon… these comments can hurt anyone pic.twitter.com/3K8GVxUIKS
— Bryce Hall (@BryceHall) August 20, 2020
Some of the comments read, “Rest In Peace,” “Fly high,” and, “Gone so soon.”
For those who missed it, Bryce’s response came just after news hit the web that the Sway House‘s electricity and hot water had reportedly been shut off days after they threw a massive party to celebrate his birthday. They celebrated despite California’s recommendation that residents avoid prolonged, unmasked contact with those outside of their homes amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Although he did not directly say their names, the Mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcett, announced via Twitter on Wednesday, August 19 that he had authorized the city to “disconnect utility service” at a certain house in the Hollywood Hills.
“Today I authorized the city to disconnect utility service at a house in the Hollywood Hills to stop the large parties held there in flagrant violation of our public health orders,” he wrote. “Parties like these can quickly and easily spread the virus and put our communities at risk.”
Today I authorized the City to disconnect utility service at a house in the Hollywood Hills to stop the large parties held there in flagrant violation of our public health orders. Parties like these can quickly and easily spread the virus and put our communities at risk.
— MayorOfLA (@MayorOfLA) August 19, 2020
New York Times reporter Taylor Lorenz then claimed that it was indeed the house where Bryce, and the rest of the Sway House members, live.
“The power has been shut off at Bryce Hall’s Hollywood Hills home (the influencer who hosted a rager 21st birthday party that went viral), according to sources. He lives there with two other huge TikTok stars, Noah Beck and Blake Gray. The water is still working,” she tweeted.
During an Instagram Live hours later, Blake seemingly confirmed that their power had been shut off when he walked around the pitch black house. When someone asked him, “How was the shower?” he replied, “Cold as f**k.”
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