Bryce Hall calls Hype House "full of lies" as cheating rumors resurface - Dexerto
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Bryce Hall calls Hype House “full of lies” as cheating rumors resurface

Published: 31/Jul/2020 11:59

by Alice Hearing

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Bryce Hall has slammed the Hype House in a late-night tweet following the drama between Dixie D’Amelio and Griffin Johnson.

Bryce Hall is a popular TikTokker with 12 million followers on the app and a member of the Sway house.

He is often seen hanging out at the Hype House with other TikTok creators including Chase Hudson and Addison Rae.

Bryce Hall on Instagram
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Bryce Hall described the Hype House as the “epitome of scum”

Late on Thursday night, he tweeted and then deleted “F*** the Hype House… full of lies and s*** a** content, literally the epitome of scum… Don’t worry though, they’ll hit me up in a few days and ask me to film.”

He added: “To everyone that’s saying this is about the Dixie and Griff situation… I’m not involved and neither are any of you guys nor do any of you know the story of what happened.

“Stop picking sides before you hear both sides of the story..go sniff some dirty socks and stfu”

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Earlier on Thursday, July 30 TikTok personality Madison Galley exposed Johnson for reaching out to her while still with Dixie.

She shared a video that highlighted numerous attempts from Johnson to connect with her. “Keep watching if you want to see me expose Griffin Johnson,” she wrote. From Instagram to Snapchat, he sent multiple messages while still supposedly committed to D’Amelio. Even one explicitly stating that he was “single.”

Soon after, eagle-eyed fans spotted that Dixie had unfollowed Griffin on Instagram, and other famous TikTokkers appear to refer to the situation in posts to social media. A comment on a TikTok by Thomas Petrou says “I guess Chase wasn’t lying” referring to when he accused Griffin of cheating a couple of weeks ago.

Charli, Dixie’s sister, tweeted “Appreciation post for the baddest bitty I know”, alongside a picture of Dixie.

Beauty influencer Nikita Dragun also tweeted “What’s with all these weak ass men?? They feel so superior they gotta resort to cheating with some broke busted b**** in order to feel their masculinity again.”

Bryce has since deleted both tweets, and members of the Hype House are yet to respond. Neither Dixie nor Griffin have confirmed if their relationship has come to an end. Watch this space.

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Bradley Martyn claims he’s being charged by California for opening gym

Published: 23/Oct/2020 12:13

by Daniel Cleary

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Fitness YouTuber Bradley Martyn has revealed that he is seemingly being charged with a misdemeanor by the State of California for keeping his popular Zoo Culture gym open after new restrictions were put in place.

Bradley Martyn is well known for his popular fitness-based uploads and challenge videos, amassing a following of over 2.6 million subscribers on YouTube, and is regularly featured in the NELK Boys’ vlogs as well.

The YouTuber often films his vlogs and collaborates with other stars at his gym ‘Zoo Culture’ in Los Angeles County but he is now seemingly facing charges for keeping it open amid their latest lockdown.

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Bradley Martyn revealed that he was facing a misdemeanor for opening the Zoo Culture gym.

Despite previously staging protests against the major restrictions with NELK star SteveWillDoIt, Bradley Martyn revealed, on October 22, that his gym had now been targeted and shared a brief clip of a court summons on his social media.

The fitness star claimed that it was issued by the State of California and shared that he would have to appear at his local courthouse to answer for misdemeanor charges made against Zoo Culture.

“People of the state of California VS Zoo Culture welcome to 2020, where gyms being open is criminal in California,” he added, reacting to the Zoo Culture court summons, “[and] where mental and physical health is deemed non-essential,” he followed up, suggesting that facilities such as gyms should be considered an essential service, for improving the health of those who use them.

 

After asking his fans what they thought of the matter, Martyn received mixed feedback from his followers, as there were some critics claiming that he should’ve simply abided by the restrictions that were imposed.

While other fans were in agreeance with the YouTuber, he will still have to answer for the charges and argue his case in court, following his latest actions.

The document also revealed that his court date was scheduled for November 23, so it is likely that we will have to wait until after the legal proceedings have concluded before more information is released.