When will these TikTok stars learn? Over the weekend, Bryce Hall and the Sway Boys threw a party at the Sway House for Bryce's 21st birthday. From the looks of it, the party was huge and many aren't happy with Sway considering LA is still a high risk area when it comes to COVID-19.
The party occurred on Bryce's birthday, Friday, the 14th, and from videos, it appears that the Sway House was packed with people not wearing masks.
Of course, the Internet got right down to detective work, noting everyone who was also in attendance at the party. Pretty much all of your favorite TikTok stars appeared to be there, including all former and current members of the Sway House, Avani Gregg, Teala Dunn, and even Dance Moms alum Brooke Hyland, according to a post on the TikTokRoom.
And that's when some YouTubers stepped in. As you probably know, when the Hype House threw a birthday party for Larray last month, they got called out by multiple people, including YouTuber Tyler Oakley. Well, now, Tyler is back, sharing a similar sentiment about the Sway House party.
"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." he tweeted. "The below thread is... disgusting."
YouTuber Elijah Daniel also spoke out about the situation. "I have way too much personal sh*t going on to deal with these attention seeking clowns risking lives for clout—I'm not talking about them anymore, I'm going back on break for a bit, but spoke to the mayor’s office," he said. "Good luck with no power or water after Tuesday guys. ttyl."
When someone questioned what he meant by the last part of the tweet, Elijah wrote that it was "pretty clear."
"Sway & Hype have violated the @MayorOfLA’s rules, more than once, which result in their power and water being shut off."
He wrote another tweet claiming that if the houses continue to party "[the city] can and will try to charge you with domestic bioterrorism to make an example out of you."
Thomas Petrou, co-founder of the Hype House, spoke out saying that he has been "working closely with the city" and they're "not included in the list of people getting shut offs."
As of August 13th, LA County stated that large events or parties of "any size" are not permitted. This comes as California becomes the first state to pass 600,000 cases of the virus.
Now, many TikTok stars are apologizing for their attendance at the party. Bryce, however, seems unbothered by the criticism. The 21-year-old posted a TikTok to Kesha's "Take It Off," focusing on the lyrics when it says, "I don't give a f*ck."
When asked about the party by paparazzi, Bryce ignored the questions.
He later tweeted, "If I don't respond to you hating on me, just know you’re not worth my time," though it's unclear if the tweet is about the paparazzi or Elijah.
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