Tayler Holder was enjoying the successful release of his latest music video ‘Never Was You’ recently when strange things started to happen online. Most of his really close friends in the TikTok and social media world started to un-follow him. And some of his closest associates are posting cryptic messages hinting that Holder is going to be facing a serious situation. Taylor Holder himself tried to get ahead of the controversy and did a small interview with the BFFs Podcast with Dave Portnoy and Josh Richards. But he didn’t reveal anything and merely expressed an interest in keeping everything offline.
Tayler’s Holder’s closest friends have unfollowed him
Aisha Mian, Azra Mian, Nate Wyatt, Kelianne Stankus, Chase Mattson, and Markell Washington have all unfollowed their close friend Tayler Holder on social media. They all appeared in the reality show called ‘House of Creators‘ alongside Tayler Holder.
Others that have unfollowed him are the famous Sway Boys, Josh Richards, Noah Beck, and Bryce Hall. His ex-girlfriend whom he was close with, Charly Jordan, also unfollowed him. Other influencers that have unfollowed him are Ana Sobanja, Jordan Jones, and Zach Fones. It must be noted that Sean Kennedy is emphasizing that he hasn’t been following Tayler Holder for quite a while.
There are some influencers that are sharing some hints on what is happening.
Bryce Hall is saying that ‘things are about to get crazy’.
Another influencer Juliano Hodges is also sharing some hints.
“Some actions are unforgivable, and you have been getting away with these sinister acts since the day I met you. There is not a person that knows you that doesn’t have a negative story to tell. And I have countless. It’s about time the world sees how ugly your heart is. Why do you think all of your “friends” unfollowed you?”
In another post, he wrote: “Someone is about to get everything they deserve and we are all here for it. KARMA IS COMING FOR YOU.”
Then there was a following post by Hodges where he showed a picture of himself and wrote: “To all unnamed you have my love and support.”
This was a big hint that there were going to be sexual misconduct allegations of some kind coming to light.
There was also Rhyan Besco, who was sharing hints about Tayler Holder’s upcoming controversy:
Rhyan was talking about how he, allegedly Tayler Holder, is “done”. And that he should fire his whole PR team. Moreover, he was also talking about how he might go online and reveal the truth about everything.
Then Sean Kennedy also shared that everything that was happening was something serious and that in no ways this was a stunt.
Sean wrote, “For everyone asking about the situation at hand. It has nothing to do with a pr stunt. This is a very serious situation. So please for everyone’s privacy stop messaging me about this topic.”
Then Holder went on an interview with BFFs Podcast with Dave Portnoy and Josh Richards
In an almost 11 minute video, Tayler Holder addresses why everyone started to unfollow him. In short, he shared that there is something happening but he would like to keep everything offline. He says that others who are going to reveal something should keep things offline as well so that everything could be dealt with in a professional and legal way.
“Like you know we’re all on the internet man we see how everything works. You know, cancel culture is the thing. Everyone talks, everyone gossips at the end of the day. You know, there’s a lot of stuff going on offline that should continue to be handled offline. And there’s a lot of stuff that’s sensitive topics that I don’t agree with and I will continue to handle offline professionally as stuff should be you know. I think going to the internet about every problem that we ever have is is is a bit like you know it could be handled very differently you know.”
Dave Portnoy asked Tayler Holder about the tweet he shared almost a week ago where he talked about how hard it is to be an influencer:
Here was another hint that Tayler Holder could be talking about sexual misconduct allegations.
Holder was being careful with his words and being quite vague throughout:
“There’s a lot of assumption. There’s a lot of gossip. It’s all everyone’s opinion it’s all he said she said stuff you know. But at the end of the day there’s always a truth to everything and like I said we have you know I have great people around me and we’re going to continue to handle that offline.”
When Dave Portnoy directly asked if the controversy and unfollowing had anything to do with sexual misconduct allegations, Holder replied saying:
“Everyone has an opinion on everything that’s going on right there’s everyone talks in this industry and that’s how it is and if and if it’s something you know to that extent in that serious you know I’ve dealt with people that have went through stuff like that it’s something that I don’t take lightly. It’s something that I personally do not agree with so if it is something to that extent I don’t know why everyone runs to the internet I think that it should definitely be something that’s handled legally offline and very professionally.”
Tayler Holder also added that the people spreading stories about him that paint him in a negative light may have done something equally as bad, if not worse.
Juliano Hodges seemed to respond to the interview on his Instagram Stories. Hodges wrote, “Literally…. W*f was that? Tell me that wasn’t SUS.”
Keemstar also tweeted out saying that a source is confirming that Tayler Holder is about to face sexual misconduct allegations
Keemstar shares that a trusted source is confirming the news that there are multiple alleged victims of Tayler Holder.
Plus, Keemstar also added:
So far publicly no one has explained what these allegations are. However we were told from our source. And what we were told is horrendous. Please keep in mind Tayler is denying he’s done anything wrong but also not explaining what he’s being accused of.
Moreover, Holder’s team has sent 50 cease-and-desist letters to many influencers in Los Angeles.
Just got off the phone with a different source claiming that Tayler holder sent 50 cease-and-desist letters to various influencers in LA.
Cease-and-desist letters typically mean that it’s a legal warning to stop a particular criminal activity. In this case, the alleged crime would be potential defamation of Tayler Holder’s character.
As of now, we know nothing about what happened with Tayler Holder and why everyone is unfollowing him. We just have confirmation from Keemstar that it is potentially about sexual misconduct allegations.
We will have to wait and see what happens next.