Another cheating, another break up. As per the recent rumour news heard, Addison Rae and Bryce Hall have reportedly split. Here’s what we know.
Addison and Bryce– Info and Relationship
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Addison Rae, 20, is a multi talented star. She can dance and sing. Also she happens to be a social media star/influencer. The young talent rose to fame in 2019 after she started uploading content on a video sharing app named Tiktok. Her dancing skills made her rise to fame. Addison is the highest earning Tiktok personality and she will also feature the movie He’s All That (remake).
Bryce Hall, 21, just like Addison he too is a social media personality who rose to fame from Tiktok. The Tiktok star has around more than 20 million followers followed by his YouTube account which has 4 million subscribers. The young guy has around 8 million Instagram followers too.
Hall and Rae started dating each other back in November, 2020. The two shared a video on YouTube where they confirmed about the fact that they do share a romantic angle with each other and clearly stating the fact that the two are ‘dating’.
Bryce and Addison Split
For the second time, fans get to hear this sad news. Addison and Bryce have broken up, again. And as they say, this time it’s for serious and real.
The Tiktok celebrities have split on account of the rumours that Bryce has been cheating on Addison. Addison has also unfollowed Bryce on Instagram, but the same is not reciprocated from Bryce’s side. He still follows her on Instagram.
The rumours of Bryce’s cheating have started speculating since February when he went on to a trip to Las Vegas with his fellow mates. After which Addison had tweeted “Disappointed but not surprised.” But it was deleted in no time.
Bryce took to Twitter to clear his side. He clearly said he did not cheat on Addison. Previously also the couple had a break up, this is the second one.
Rae has also shared a story on Instagram stating that she would like to keep her personal life private and would like to handle it herself.
So, that’s all for today. Stay tuned with Stanford Arts Review for latest updates.