The Sway House boys are seemingly unbothered following comedian Elijah Daniel‘s recent claims that he “spoke to the mayor’s office” about shutting off their power and water, after they threw a “massive” party to celebrate Bryce Hall‘s 21st birthday.

For those who missed it, on August 14, a lengthy Twitter thread posted by Def Noodles reported that “over a hundred people” were partying without masks at the influencers’ LA home, despite California’s recommendation that residents avoid prolonged, unmasked contact with those outside of their homes amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Following the party, Elijah took to Twitter and said he contacted the mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti‘s office and said, “If you continue to party they can and will try to charge you with domestic bioterrorism to make an example out of you.”

Sway And Hype House Are Reportedly Being Punished By LA Mayor For Partying Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
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Previously, the mayor announced in a press conference that he authorized the city to shut off water and power services to any households hosting large parties, adding that this was aimed at “people determined to break the rules” during the pandemic.

On Tuesday, August 19, Bryce along with fellow Sway House members Blake Gray and Noah Beck seemingly threw shade at these claims by using their water and power and posting it to social media.

“Took the hottest shower this morning,” Blake posted to Twitter. Similarly, on TikTok, he captioned a video with, “Our lights keep flickering for some reason.”

Noah uploaded his own TikTok video, which showed him turning on the lights and water in the bathroom. The teen captioned the clip with, “The water is feeling extra warm today and the lights are extra bright.”

After receiving backlash from fans following his TikTok, Noah claimed his video wasn’t a “jab” at anyone.

“Just jokes,” he wrote. “Also I never even attended the party so [please] stop [coming] at me.”

@noahbeckjust wanted to clear up that my last post was not a “jab” at anyone. just jokes. also i never even attended the party so pls stop comin at me lol♬ Thank you for using this sound – xx.sound.maker..xx

As fans know, this apparent shade came just days after Bryce seemingly responded to backlash from the party 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.

“C’mon now,” he captioned a clip posted on Saturday, August 15, while making faces and pointing the middle finger at the camera as Kesha‘s “Take It Off” played in the background.

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.

The Sway House and its members have not responded to J-14‘s request for comment regarding the party.

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