TikTok star Bryce Hall could be in some hot water after a video of a recent altercation at a Los Angeles restaurant emerged.
According to reports, Hall attacked a restaurant server after being asked to stop vaping in the restaurant. It is illegal to vape at restaurants in Los Angeles.
The video surfaced just weeks after other members of the Sway Boys were seen attacking a man.
You can check out the video below.
DAILY DOSE OF STUPID: Bryce Hall attacks a restaurant server after the restaurant asked Bryce to stop vaping—it’s illegal to vape in restaurants in LA, according to TMZ. This 2 weeks after the Sway Boys were seen viciously beating a person. pic.twitter.com/ZGQVTaSEAz
— Def Noodles (@defnoodles) October 21, 2020
From the report:
Sources say Bryce and his friends were asked to leave and given the check. When their server went inside to run Bryce’s credit card, all hell broke loose. One source says it was Bryce and his buddies who jumped an employee, with Bryce throwing the first punch and continuing to brawl until other staffers broke it up. Now, Bryce tells us he was vaping, but says he was cordial when the manager asked him to leave. He claims the trouble started when he had to ask to get his credit card back more than 10 times … and the the manager allegedly told him, “No, get the f*** off the property.”
TikTok is based in Beijing and has been deemed a national security risk. It has been downloaded over 110 million times in the United States.
The company, however, claims that its servers are based out of China and that they are committed to transparency for its users. The app is also not available within China.
“At TikTok, we take these issues incredibly seriously as well. We are committed to transparency and accountability in how we support our TikTok users in the US and around the world,” the statement from TikTok read. “TikTok does not remove content based on sensitivities related to China. We have never been asked by the Chinese government to remove any content and we would not do so if asked. Period.”
TikTok was first launched in 2017 and is available for download on iOS and Android devices. Earlier this year, TikTok hit one billion downloads globally with the app available in over 150 markets and 75 languages.