Bryce Hall is not ready to make nice.
The TikTok star took to Twitter today to call out former friend Tayler Holder over sexual assault allegations brought against him earlier this year.
It seems Bryce heard that Tayler was interested in taking him on in a boxing match— something Bryce is only willing to do if Tayler responds to the allegations.
“Hey @TaylorHoldsballs I heard you were reaching out for a boxing match,” Bryce tweeted, sarcastically. Tayler’s actual Twitter handle is @TaylerHolder.
“I’m down under a few conditions: – Whoever sells more tickets gets all the $$$ – You make a public statement to why you sent all your friends cease and desist letters – You respond to the SA allegations :).”
In February 2022, fans were confused when they noticed that the 24-year-old had been unfollowed by major influencers including ex-girlfriend Charly Jordan, Bryce Hall, Loren Gray, and Daisy Keech. He was also reportedly unfollowed by some people on his professional team. While no one directly addressed the situation, some of Tayler’s former friends began posting cryptic Instagram stories, leading people to believe it involved allegations of sexual misconduct.
Following an appearance that Tayler made on the BFFs Podcast to address the issue (during which he did not provide any reasoning behind his friends unfollowing him, nor did he make the situation any clearer), KEEMSTAR of YouTube’s Drama Alert tweeted that a “trusted source” confirmed Tayler will be facing “serious allegations from multiple alleged victims”.
He added that Tayler reportedly sent “50 cease-and-desist letters to various influencers in LA”.
Bryce later confirmed he received a cease-and-desist from Tayler in a vlog posted to his YouTube channel. “He sent me a cease-and-desist and I’ll tell you right now, no body’s talking about you, bro,” he said. “I have never personally went out of my way to talk shit about like, Tayler behind his back. If anything, I would say it to his face.”
Bryce went on to say that the cease-and-desist told him to “stop talking about Tayler behind his back” regarding “certain actions”.
In late April, Tayler penned an open letter published for E! News to address the allegations. “Other unfortunate situations that came into play that led to a series of fabricated rumors,” he wrote.
At the time, some influencers took to the comment section of the E! News Instagram post to share their skepticism.
Aisha Mian wrote, “Lol. A joke.” Markell Washington, the best friend of TikTok royalty Noah Beck, responded to Aisha’s comment, writing, “Literally I didn’t know it was comedy hour but let me hush because I can’t afford a lawyer”.
In response to the comment implying that no allegations have surfaced because Tayler sent everyone cease and desist letters, Aisha wrote, “Yup”.
The allegations against Tayler are still unclear, and no victims have come forward at the time of publication.