TikTok star Addison Rae might be the next influencer to leave the Hype House. As Bryce Hall revealed in a recently-posted Instagram Live, she no longer likes the idea of being associated with the infamous collective.
Addison wouldn't be the first to depart from the Los Angeles-based group renowned for their adorkable TikToks and exceptional dance challenges. Charli and Dixie D'Amelio did the same only a few weeks ago.
So, is Addison Rae about to leave the Hype House?
"The Hype House. Charli and Dixie left and Addison doesn’t really like to associate with Hype House, so they really just kind of… I don’t know what they’re doing exactly," Bryce gave the low-down in an Instagram Live.
As the YouTuber, TikToker, and all-round social media sensation implied, Addison could easily become the next member to bid farewell to the well-known group.
Despite her rumored exit, Addison continues to appear in the TikTok clips and Instagram photos shared by the collective.
On May 14, twin brothers Jack and James Wright promoted Addison's newly-released line of merchandise via an exceptionally-composed clip.
She also featured in a nostalgia-tainted photo compilation capturing the early days of the group, which was posted on the Hype House TikTok account on May 4.
Addison has yet to speak up about any potential disagreements she might have with the collective. Bryce's passing remark marks the first occasion her dislike towards the community became a matter of public discussion.
Addison would follow in the footsteps of Charli and Dixie D'Amelio and Daisy Keech.
Previous Hype House members have taken a more daring approach when it comes to airing the dirty laundry.
It's only been a few months since Daisy Keech made the rounds for having bad blood with Chase Hudson (aka Lil Huddy) and Thomas Petrou, the duo frequently referenced as the founders of the Hype House.
As Daisy revealed at the time, Chase and Thomas have actively tried to force her out from important discussions about acquiring a trademark.
As she stated in a video titled "Truth about the Hype House," the duo made various attempts to undermine her other contributions as well.
Although she paid $18,000 — out of the $46,000 they had to hand over as the deposit for the Spanish mansion now known as the Hype House headquarters — she was told that this wouldn't entitle her to exercise more control over the day-to-day operations of the group.
Charli and Dixie D'Amelio followed suit and left the collective soon afterward.
The Hollywood Reporter was the first to break the news about their departure. Citing a statement given by their representative, the outlet revealed that the sisters had reservations about the business-oriented approach Hype House members have been pursuing lately.
"When the Hype House started to become more of a business, Charli and Dixie stepped away from that aspect [...] While their businesses are separate, their friendships with the members continue," held the statement.
The revelations came just weeks after Charli broke up with Hype House founder Chase.
Let's hope that once Addison leaves, she will spill some much-needed tea on what's going on inside the walls of the notorious house.