On August 16, Bryce Hall revealed he was moving out in a TikTok video. This comes days after he confirmed he was leaving Sway House.
The Sway House has been there for over a year now and has seen several TikTok stars come and go. Despite this, the group managed to keep their popularity intact with a reality show that featured their life.
However, things look shaky now that Bryce has announced his exit.
Why is Bryce Hall leaving?
As per Bryce’s TikTok, it seems like his fallout with some of the Sway members is the reason for him to leave the house.
Sharing a small snippet of an empty house, he wrote: “Goodbye sway… never talking to any of u again (maybe some).”
Unfortunately, Bryce did not jump into details.
Apart from his TikTok video, Bryce hinted he was ready to move out as he showed an empty house on his Instagram stories as well. The young star also shared small snippets showing him leaving.
Bryce had first revealed he was leaving in a tweet he made on August 12. He wrote: “I left Sway.” Like in his TikTok, Bryce did not reveal the details.
Who created the Sway House?
As per Forbes, the Sway House was created by TalentX Entertainment. The company has a partnership with ICM and represents the members of the group.
The Sway House was first established in January 2020, and since then, the only job of the members is to create TikTok content that is engaging. There is no doubt that all of the members have figured things out as they often got more than a million views on each of their videos.
Michael Gruen, VP of Talent at TalentX, told Forbes: “The guys in the house have been best friends for quite some time. Most of them went on tour last summer together, so this group was easy to assemble.”
Is the Sway House coming to an end?
The Sway House started with Josh Richards, Anthony Reeves, Kio Cyr, Griffin Johnson, Bryce, and Jaden Hossler as members. However, Jaden, Griffin, and Josh left the group to pursue their own careers. Later, Blake Gray and Noah Beck joined.
In February 2021, TalentX and Sway House co-founder Michael confirmed that Sway House had come to an end. He told People: “If you view Sway as a content collective that lives together and is with each other every day, then yes, it’s over. ut Sway was always about a bigger message, and that will never die.”
With Bryce’s exit, it is unclear if Sway House will continue as usual.