• TikTok star Bryce Hall threw a massive party at the Hollywood Hills TikToker mansion Sway House on Friday
  • Bryce’s party was attended by about 100 people, including influencers and strippers
  • The TikTok star has been slammed for partying amid the coronavirus pandemic

TikTok star Bryce Hall’s massive celebration for his 21st birthday in the Hollywood Hills on Friday prompted a visit from the Los Angeles Police Department.

Hall, who has about 12.8 million TikTok followers, threw a massive party at the Hollywood Hills TikToker mansion Sway House that went on until early Saturday, TMZ reported. The gathering was shut down at around 4 a.m. by the LAPD.

Photos and videos of the event show revelers dancing and drinking together without wearing face masks or practicing social distancing norms. The party was attended by roughly 100 people, including notable internet stars such as Josh Richards, Jaden Hossler, Bradley Martyn, Harry Jowsey, Faze Banks and Olivia Ponton, according to YouTuber Def Noodles.

The YouTuber also took to Twitter to share footage from the party, which included both male and female strippers. He also said that there were “just as many people may have been outside as inside” the home.

Hall was criticized by netizens and fellow internet celebrities for holding a bash without enforcing proper health protocols amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

“Glad I have to be stuck at home because of people like you who aren’t taking Covid more seriously,” influencer Violet Benson commented on Hall’s Instagram post for his birthday.

“hi @BryceHall @jadenhossler @BlakeGray @JoshRichards & others who have been partying with large groups - please consider social distancing, mask wearing, & using your huge platforms to encourage responsibility during a worldwide pandemic. the below thread is... disgusting,” YouTuber Tyler Oakley tweeted, replying to a post with footage from the party.

Bryce Hall
Bryce Hall arrives for Lily Chee And Tati McQuay Celebrate Their 16th Birthday held at The Venue of Hollywood on September 14, 2019 in Hollywood, California. Getty Images/Albert L. Ortega

Hall is not the first social media influencer to spark controversy for throwing a massive party during the coronavirus pandemic.

Last month, YouTube star Jake Paul got into trouble for hosting a massive party at his home amid California's COVID-19 spike.

Footage from the party that made its way to social media saw revelers at the 23-year-old’s Los Angeles mansion without masks and not practicing social distancing norms. The clip showed many playing in Paul's garden and dozens crowding around a television to watch a UFC match inside his home.

Paul was criticized for organizing the massive gathering, but he said he does not intend to stop partying.

“No one has answers, our leadership is failing us, and everyone kind of just doesn't know what to do,” he told Insider regarding the pandemic. “But I personally am not the type of person who's gonna sit around and not live my life.”