TikToker Bryce Hall Held A Huge Party That Was Broken Up By The LAPD

August 17, 2020 / Posted by:

Following in the footsteps of great genius Jake Paul and other moronic influencers, TikToker, Bryce Hall celebrated his 21st birthday with a huge party while we’re all still in the middle of a pandemic. Climbing coronavirus numbers in California be damned! Bryce lived it up with his friends at the Sway House mansion (which is a “hub” where “influencers” live and make content) in the Hollywood Hills and they packed the place with a bunch of non-mask wearing, mouth-breathing idiots. Would you expect anything else? The influencer community is going to be thinned out by coronavirus.

Currently, large gatherings in Los Angeles are banned, but TMZ says that didn’t stop Bryce. His party had it all. There are tons of videos of everyone dancing, drinking, and stripping like it’s 1999 (a time when coronavirus didn’t exist). The party was attended by a ton of TikTok stars and TMZ called it a “who’s who of Gen Z fame,” so I don’t recognize ANY of ’em!

Bryce gave a speech to thank people for showing up to his party, and then the people thanked him back by bringing him strippers! But wait, there was a catch. Bryce was treated to a male cop stripper who pretended to lay down the law, but then grinded on him. Female strippers were also there, so Bryce did not have to shout “No homo!” until his lungs bled.

TMZ says that at around 4 in the morning, the real LAPD finally showed up and kicked people out.

Bryce’s response to the heat? Clearly he’s very apologetic about hosting a party. JK!

BuzzFeed adds that the Mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti, had previously threatened to cut power and water to houses that hosted parties, so hopefully members of the Sway House will be forced to piss in the yard for a while after their water gets shut off. Can’t wait for the slow-motion TikTok videos of them digging their own holes to shit in to the tune of Mr. Blue Sky.

Pic: Instagram

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