Another conspiracy theory circulating on social media is that American TikToks star Bryce Hall has died.
Who is Bryce Hall
Bryce Hall is an American social media personality known for his TikToks and YouTube channel. As of August 2020, his TikTok channel has 12.8 million followers, and his YouTube channel has 2.7 million.
This will not be the first time an American celebrity was speculated to have died by social media users.
Few months ago there was a fake news that made headlines that Wrestler and actor Dwayne Johnson has died, the actor posted a statement on his social media account to debunk the rumor.
Bryce Hall is fine and alive .
what’s up with this trend saying im dead and won’t be missed / already forgotten… wtf is wrong w some people? hating someone is something but wishing death upon someone is never okay cmon… these comments can hurt anyone pic.twitter.com/3K8GVxUIKS
— Bryce Hall (@BryceHall) August 20, 2020
Comments and reactions
1. those aren’t death threats & no one is wishing dead upon you.. 2. notice how you only care when the topic is about you but didn’t gaf when you threw a party while you should social distance and wear a mask because people are ACTUALLY dying??
The thing with this is that, yes, he did a party, but did he force anyone to go? did he threaten all the people that went to the party, no. So… everyone is responsible, him for throwing it, but especially the people who assisted, cause without them there wouldn’t be a party…
HAN ♥ @HannahLeshaee wrote
This is beyond sick and disgusting, and honestly wishing death upon someone is so much worse than the reason you guys are doing it. He was punished for it, he doesn’t need anyone’s constant hate over a party, and yes i know it was bad timing but so many people are partying.
No it’s not ok but he is spreading the virus which will kill some low income families in the Los Angeles area. Next time he should grow up and make mature actions instead of acting stupid and selfish. For this reason I feel no sympathy since he is endangering me and my family.
you weren’t thinking about other people when you had a birthday party with over 100+ white people during a pandemic..?