Does Bryce Hall have coronavirus after throwing a party at the TikTok mansion?

TIKTOK star Bryce Hall does not have coronavirus despite having thrown a massive rager at his residence in Los Angeles on Friday night. 

Hall got a visit from police for hosting the party and got his utilities cut off in an effort to prevent him from throwing more parties. 

Here is more on Bryce Hall.

Who is TikTok star Bryce Hall?

Bryce Hall, 21, is an internet personality who rose to fame on the TikTok app.

He is a member of Sway House, a collective of several TikTokers who post videos dancing and lip singing.

His TikTok channel has 12.8 million followers and his YouTube channel is growing as well, with 2.7 million subscribers.

Why do fans think he has coronavirus?

Fans think Hall may have coronavirus after he threw a huge party over the weekend to celebrate his 21st birthday at his California mansion.

Due to the pandemic, government officials are urging everyone to stay home and social distance to prevent the spread of coronavirus. 

Parties of any kind are strongly prohibited and in Los Angeles, and police have authority to issue summonses to those who throw ragers for not following the rules. 

Hall got his party shut down by police and his utilities cut off to prevent him from hosting another celebration, as he had received warnings for throwing previous parties.

What was the party at the TikTok mansion and how many people were there?

The party at the TikTok mansion had hundreds of guests and reportedly 20 strippers entertaining guests. 

No one was seen wearing a mask or social distancing, instead they were gathered in the living room sitting and standing near one another.

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said in a statement: "Despite several warnings, this house has turned into a nightclub in the hills, hosting large gatherings in flagrant violation of our public health orders.

"The city has now disconnected utilities at this home to stop these parties that endanger our community."

LA County's health order bans gatherings of any size that contain people from different households to curb the spread of the virus. 

Fans were quick to criticize Hall as they were upset he was not social distancing or being responsible for preventing the spread.

Someone started a rumor saying that Hall contracted coronavirus after the party but it is not confirmed that he did. 

How long did the party go for?

The party went on until 4am after someone called the LAPD over a noise complaint. 

A "Notice of Violation" was reportedly posted outside Hall’s property on the 8700 block of Appian Way.

It was said to have been regarding a police visit on August 8 and 14 for "disturbing the peace.”

Internet personality Violet Benson said: "Glad I have to be stuck at home because of people like you who aren't taking Covid more seriously."

YouTube star Michelle Khare also blasted Hall in a tweet.

She said she had not seen her family in months because her dad is an essential worker who has been on the front lines treating those battling the virus.

She said: "F*** you, Bryce Hall. And everyone else who went to these parties. You're selfish to a degree I didn't know humanly possible." 

Who is he dating?

Hall is reportedly dating fellow TikTok star Addison Rae. 

The two have been spotted together on Instagram after confirming their relationship to fans. 

Rae was seen having dinner with Hall after she had taken a two-week TikTok break over pregnancy rumors. 

Hall shut down rumors that Rae is pregnant.

In a video posted to the celebrity livin' YouTube channel, Hall said: “let me just clear it up. She’s not pregnant. I don’t know why that’s a thing, but she’s definitely not pregnant.”

When fans asked where Rae was he said: "no comment on that. I mean, she's fine, just know that."

Did Addison Rae drown?

Addison Rae is the most followed TikTok star

  • Fans believed Addison Rae had drowned after a rumor swirled that she was in the hospital due to her social media hiatus.
  • There were no reports of her actually being in the hospital for any reason.
  • However, she broke her social media silence and apologized for having shared an "All Lives Matter" post on her feed.
  • She had gone into hiding after being accused by fans of "blackfishing" in her photos and making her skin tone look darker than what it is.

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