Bryce Hall has come under fire on social media after throwing a large birthday bash at the Sway House for his 21st.

The party, which was packed full of influencers, was reportedly shut down by the LAPD in the early hours of the morning.

Bryce Hall rose to fame on the video sharing app, TikTok, where he has amassed over 12 million followers, and is part of the Sway House collective.

If you want to find out who was the party, and what happened during the event, then look no further.

Read on to find out more.

What happened at the party?

Videos of Bryce’s party have gone viral, and show rooms full of people not wearing masks or social distancing.

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According to TMZ, stars such as Too Hot To Handle’s Harry Jowsey, and Dance Moms’ Brooke Hyland were at the event.

One person who attended the event told Forbes that at least 75 people were at the party and that guests used hand sanitiser before entering. They also stated that there were about 20 strippers at the event.

TMZ reported that the LAPD allegedly shut the party down at around 4am.

Celebs react to Bryce Hall’s party

Fellow social media star, Tyler Oakley, posted a tweet calling out Bryce for hosting a party during a pandemic. He wrote:

“Please consider social distancing, mask wearing and using your huge platforms to encourage responsibility during a worldwide pandemic.”

Michelle Khare also tweeted her anger at the situation. She wrote: “I haven’t seen my family in 7 months because my dad is an essential worker on the front lines at the hospital, fighting COVID, working 20+ hour days.”

“F**k you, Bryce Hall. And everyone else who went to these parties. You’re selfish to a degree I didn’t know humanly possible.”

Bryce is yet to respond to the criticism, though he did post a mysterious tweet, which is assumed to be a dig at those calling him out. He tweeted: “If I don’t respond to you hating on me, just know you’re not worth my time.”

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