The Sway House’s resident TikTok superstar and party animal, Bryce Hall, has come under further scrutiny after he was spotted at a party just days after pledging that his party days were behind him in a new interview.
A video posted by beauty YouTuber Patrick Starr revealed that Hall – alongside other TikTok celebrities like Tessa Brooks – was once again breaking social distancing guidelines by attending parties.
This comes just days after Hall hit out at other influencers for breaking social distancing rules in an interview with Entertainment Tonight, before adding that he “fully regrets” partying during the pandemic and assuring viewers that “the party animal has been tamed for a little bit”.
*COVID PARTY ALERT* Patrick Starrr, Bryce Hall, Tessa Brooks and numerous TikTokers attend pro-COVID spreading party in LA. This days after president and staff test positive for COVID, showing how infectious virus can be even with extreme precautions. Pro-COVID movement strong. pic.twitter.com/nJqH35VrP2
— Def Noodles (@defnoodles) October 3, 2020
Users on Instagram were very quick to pick up on this seemingly rapid backtrack on Hall’s part. One user asked: “Didn’t Bryce just say he would stop going to them?”, while another said that they were “not surprised” that he had seemingly already broken this promise to fans to stop partying.
At the start of September, Hall promised fans in a vlog that he would “quit partying” in light of the current health crisis, but just two weeks later, he was spotted at a party with several other members of the Sway House.
It’s clearer than a crystal how these kids glorify and prioritize nothing else but their disgusting sheer vanity and clout despite of a huge pandemic. They know exactly what the’re doing and it is so disappointing
— eruShay (@eru_shay) October 3, 2020
So, unsurprisingly, fans on Twitter didn’t take kindly to this latest breach of current Californian guidelines. One user said, “It’s clearer than a crystal how these kids glorify and prioritize nothing else but their disgusting sheer vanity and clout despite a huge pandemic.”
Other users questioned why influencers like Hall were still being supported by brands in light of their behavior, with one saying: “It’s time to write to companies that still sponsor them.”
Hall is yet to respond to this latest backlash.