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Bryce Hall hits back at Lil Huddy after Charli D'Amelio cheating claims

by Connor Bennett
Instagram: Bryce Hall/Charli D'Amelio

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TikTok star Bryce Hall has hit back at Chase Hudson, aka Lil Huddy, for supposedly ‘lying’ about cheating on girlfriend Charli D’Amelio. 

Back on March 27, the TikTok world was rocked when Josh Richards dropped a diss track claiming that Chase Hudson, who also goes by the name Lil Huddy, had cheated on his girlfriend Charli D’Amelio, or at least tried to. 

Since then, fans have been left questioning what has had happened between the pair – flooding their social media posts in the hopes of seeing some answers. However, even though the pair has remained silent, Charli’s mom has called for more positivity and fewer questions. Yet, it appears as if Bryce Hall has restoked the fire with a few Twitter posts of his own. 

Instagram: Charli D\'Amelio
Charli D'Amelio and Chase Hudson have been dating for around six months.

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The 20-year-old musical star, who has over half a million followers on Twitter, responded to a tweet from Lil Huddy that stated he “loves one woman” and didn’t want anyone to “tell lies” about what was going on. 

Hall, however, replied to the tweet by saying: “the only lie I see is this tweet,” sparking further responses from fans who questioned why Lil Huddy would be lying in his tweets, and other posts that begged for everyone involved to squash their beef.

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However, while some fans asked for the beef to be settled, Bryce instead decided to follow-up his response to Chase with a further tweet that only added fuel to the fire. 

“Why would we make a whole diss-track to just spit lies?” the YouTuber asked in his post. “That kinda defeats the purpose of a ‘diss’ track... otherwise it would just be a lie-track. No fun.”

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Of course, with Charli and Lil Huddy themselves being pretty silent, fans only have social media posts to go off of – and everyone knows that they don’t exactly tell the full story in some cases. 

Until one of them addresses the situation properly, be it a YouTube video or TweetLonger post, the questions will continue to loom large over them.