Bryce Hall (Born: August 14, 1999) graduated from a YouNow star to the bad boy of TikTok. This viral star is a very controversial content creator. Bryce Hall has been arrested for marijuana possession and had the LA mayor shut his coronavirus party down. These bumps haven’t stopped him from making bank…and punching people at Cinco Mexican Restaurant!
Bryce Hall Early Beginnings
Bryce Hall was born in Elliott City, Maryland. He was raised by a single mother, Lisa.
She taught him at an early age the importance of hustling. He carried that wisdom with him as he ventured into his career.
Bryce was bullied as a kid in high school. He developed a wild personality to help people like him. This charm would venture into greener pastures…but it was also land Bryce in trouble with the law.
Bryce Hall Social Media Presence
Bryce Hall began his career in 2014. He started off without many intentions. His first endeavor was launching an Instagram page. It was intended to entertain, but mostly, was to keep in contact with his friends.
Most of his pictures included his people acting goofy with him. With his friends and family encouraging his outlandish tactics, Bryce Hall launched a YouTube page.
He really started to gain momentum as an internet star when he did the 2015 Sauce Challenge with Jacob Sartorius. Most of YouTube content became Q&As with fans.
It became abundantly clear that long-form content wasn’t Bryce Hall’s specialty. So, he adapted and created a career that would make him a lot of money in a short amount of time.
Bryce Hall on Multiple Social Media Platforms
In 2015 and 2016, the rise of YouTube stars was upon us. While Bryce Hall was drawing respectable numbers on the platform, he knew the field was getting crowded.
So, he experimented with each platform the moment it launched. Each time, he carved out a nice niche that ended up becoming a devoted following.
First, Bryce messed around with Vine. He also launched a YouNow account under Whoaitsbryce. These fans would translate over to Musical.ly under the account of @ibrycehall.
Musical.ly would eventually end up being TikTok. However, there’s a lot of controversies to get to before we talk about the TikTok success of Bryce Hall.
Bryce Hall Kicked Off PressPlay Tour
The groundswell under Bryce Hall earned him a coveted spot on the PressPlay Tour. During his tenure, there were many reports by other talent and backstage workers about Bryce Hall’s behavior.
They accused the star of making females working the show extremely uncomfortable. In August 2015, Bryce Hall ended up losing his place in the popular show.
There are conflicting reports about what happened to cause his dismissal. Some reports even accused other members of the PressPlay crew of participating in the same behavior as Bryce.
Since then, TikTok star Sebastian Topete accused Bryce Rape of sexually assaulting a female in 2016. We’re not sure if this was in relation to the PressPlay incident. However, Bryce Hall maintained his innocence and was very upset with being let go from the PressPlay Tour early.
Bryce Hall Gets Banned from Playlist Live
Even though Bryce maintained his innocence, he still kept acting guilty. The bad boy was invited to the Playlist Live internet star convention, which he would become unceremoniously banned from.
In September 2017, the star ended up peeing off the balcony at the hotel where the convention was held. Bryce blamed it on too much “apple juice” taking over him and being dared by friends at 4:00 AM.
Bryce Hall Blows Up on TikTok
When TikTok blew up, so did Bryce Hall. In fact, he got so popular that he created a house that mirrors those of YouTube content creators. This home is called the Sway House.
The Sway House has a rival content house known as Hype House. Battles have gotten so heated that Bryce Hall challenged Thomas Petrou to a boxing match. Petrou refused to participate.
Instead, Bryce took to the mic. He created a diss track with Josh Richards about Hype House favorite, Lil Huddy. All of these wars got to Bryce’s head, and he saw a lot of troubles in 2020.
Bryce Hall Homophobic Controversies
Bryce Hall went under the radar for a couple of years. However, 2020 caught up with the star. First, he got under fire for a couple of tone-deaf commentaries.
In June 2020, Bryce lashed out about the bias against straight TikTok. He felt that there was heterophobia. People accused him of being homophobic for the tweet, so Bryce took it down.
To show he was a good guy, Bryce donated $30,000 to the NAACP ater the Los Angeles riots.
Bryce Hall Arrested for Marijuana Possession
In May 2020, Bryce Hall and Jaden Hossler decided to take a road trip to Texas. They were pulled over. Officials found two ounces of marijuana on the twosome.
Bryce Hall Coronavirus Party
During the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, Bryce Hall threw a party while the rest of the world was social distancing. Acting quickly, the Mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti, told the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power to turn off utilities at Bryce Hall’s Los Angeles home.
Garcetti released a statement,
“With more than 2,000 Angelenos — and over 170,000 Americans — lost to COVID-19, we need every resident to undertake critical safeguards to stop the spread of this virus. That includes not hosting or attending parties that put themselves, their neighbors, and many others at risk. 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.”
On August 28, 2020, Los Angeles’ City Attorney charged Bryce Hall with a misdemeanor for violating the Safer L.A. Health order, as well as breaking the city’s party ordinance.
Bryce Hall 2020 Restaurant Brawl
On October 20, 2020, Bryce Hall and friends got into a fight at a taco hot spot near LAX known as Cinco Mexican. Hall and crew were hanging out on the patio prior to a day of golfing. The group vaped outside. The clouds were entering the Mexican restaurant patio, which upset patrons.
Bryce Hall and company were asked to leave Cinco Mexican Restaurant. When the waiter went to close them out, witnesses say Bryce went wild, throwing the first punch. His friends followed suit. This fight was just a month after he threw a haymaker at Mel’s Diner.