– Bryce Hall –
Bryce Michael Hall (born August 14, 1999) is an American social media personality. He is well-known for his TikTok and YouTube videos, as well as his 0-1 boxing record.
His TikTok account has 21.3 million followers as of November 1, 2021.
And his YouTube channel has 3 million subscribers. Hall was born on August 14, 1999, in Ellicott City, Maryland, and was raised by his mother Lisa.
According to various reports, Bryce is approximately 5ft 9in tall or 176cm in centimeters.
Bryce is very close to his mother, Leah, and frequently mentions her on social media.
You can also find her on Instagram, where she has nearly 60k followers, at @brycehallsmom.
“As a single mom, she worked really hard to raise me
And has always been my number one supporter through everything including my screw-ups,”
He wrote in a People magazine essay.
Bryce Hall and Addison Rae are dating, though they haven’t officially confirmed it.
In 2019, he dated influencer Elle Danjean for a few months.
Bryce Hall previously stated on Logan Paul’s podcast that he and Addison Rae are “both so different,”
But it has now been confirmed that the two are in a relationship.
They confirmed they began dating on October 13th, 2020 in a new YouTube video.
They confirmed their split in March 2021.
Hall began his social media career on YouNow when he was 15 years old.
He began gaining traction on the social media platforms Vine and Musical.ly in late 2014.
Amassing over 30,000 followers on Vine before it was shut down at the end of 2016.
In 2015, he launched his YouTube channel.
Hall relocated from Maryland to Los Angeles in 2018 to pursue his career.
In 2019, he was one of the social media celebrities profiled in the documentary Jawline.
Which detailed his early career and legal squabbles with his former manager, Michael Weist.
Hall and five other social media personalities will move in in January 2020.
Hall and YouTuber Austin McBroom started fighting on Twitter, and a fight was set up between them.
The undercard of the match was turned into a new event called YouTubers vs. TikTokers on March 18, 2021.
With Hall representing the TikTok side.
During the event’s press conference, McBroom and Hall got into a fight on stage.
McBroom defeated Hall by TKO on June 12, 2021. “I’m not a fighter, and I never claimed to be a fighter.
” Hall would say after the interview. Later, in a Keemstar interview.
Hall clarified that he did not mean to say he is not a boxer.
Hall and five other social media stars moved into the Sway House.
A Bel Air mansion owned by the talent management company TalentX Entertainment, in January 2020.
They made a commitment to creating viral content for multiple social media platforms, particularly TikTok.
As of June 2021, Bryce’s net worth is estimated to be around $2,000,000.
Bryce told Forbes in October 2020 that his primary source of income was merch.
“I’m doing $1 million quarterly on merch sales.”
Bryce is set to receive $5 million as soon as he steps into the ring
As well as 4% of Pay-Per-View sales, as a result of his boxing match against Austin McBroom.
Beginning in May 2020, a feud erupted between Hall and a member of the Hype House, Thomas Petrou.
Hall accused Petrou of stealing money from Hype House members and spending it irresponsibly.
And on October 22, 2020, Hall posted screenshots of direct messages between them on his Instagram Stories.
Petrou suggested that they settle their dispute on Hall’s podcast, ‘Capital University.’
His tweet about “straight TikTok” and hetero-phobia in June 2020 sparked outrage.
Critics claimed Hall made fun of the LGBT community.
He quickly deleted the tweet and apologized to the Twitter community.
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Bryce Hall Involved in a Fight at a Los Angeles Restaurant
According to police documents filed in court.
Hall then allegedly blew vape smoke into Fernando’s face,
“posing an unconscionable COVID-19 threat during a worldwide airborne pandemic.”
According to the documents, Fernando then attempted to evict Hall when one of his friends “went berserk”
And the pair “began physically attacking and punching Mr. Fernando.”
Fernando claimed he did not throw punches during the altercation
And Hall “began choking him from behind with his arm around Mr. Fernando’s neck” for 30 seconds at one point.
According to the complaint, Fernando suffered “a broken hand, a bruised face.
And the pain from being punched in the ribs, and neck and back injuries.
According to court documents obtained by PEOPLE.
Hernan Fernando, the restaurant’s co-owner, sued Hall in April for the battery.
Also sued him for assault, intentional infliction of emotional distress
And engaging in acts of violence motivated by race, national origin, citizenship, and immigration status.
Fernando, a Mexican immigrant, claimed Hall used racial slurs to refer to him.
He Faced No Charges
Bryce Hall will not face charges for his role in a fight at a Los Angeles restaurant last year.
According to TMZ, Hall, 22, was being investigated for felony battery.
Before having his case transferred to the City Attorney’s office, which only handles misdemeanors.
Hall will receive a verbal warning rather than a misdemeanor charge at an upcoming City Attorney hearing.
The Los Angeles City Attorney’s office did not immediately respond to a request for comment from PEOPLE.
The first incident occurred on Oct. 19 and was first reported by TMZ.
Which posted video footage of Hall in an altercation with a Cinco Mexican restaurant employee.
The two were seen intertwined as they fell to the ground, colliding with each other..
And collided with other tables in the outdoor dining area.
Following the fight, Hall was seen laughing and walking away.
“My mom hits harder than that,” Hall said as he walked out of the restaurant.
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