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TikTok star Bryce Hall was caught on video threatening a 16-year-old fan — warning that he would “knock him the f–k out” if he comes any closer to him.
The 21-year-old influencer was seen telling the boy not to approach him as he was dining outdoors in footage posted last week to TikTok.
“If you come back here with COVID being a thing, I’m going to feel threatened and that’s a threat,” Hall, who has more than 20 million followers, said as he gestured the sidewalk near his table.
“I’m sending this to my lawyer. If you come past this line — six feet — I’m going to knock you the f–k out. It’s self-defense,” he continued.
The fan, who was standing near the curb, replied that he didn’t know why Hall was “getting so mad.”
“I’m a 16-year-old. Why are you getting mad?” he said.
It’s unclear what prompted the altercation, but other social media users came to the boy’s defense.
Not Bryce Hall bullying a 16 year old kid on the street 🤦🏻♂️ #LiveFlowSweatDuet
“It’s a public sidewalk he can stand or walk wherever he wants,” wrote TikTok user.
Others questioned whether Hall was actually concerned about the pandemic — pointing out that he allegedly threw a rager last year in violation of Los Angeles’ COVID-19 rules.
“‘Covid being a thing’ yet throws parties,” another user wrote.
A rep for Hall didn’t immediately respond to request for comment.
Hall, who has previously claimed that he’s been in “over 40 street fights,” lost to YouTuber Austin McBroom in a boxing match in June.
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