Why did Addison Rae leave The Hype House?

It was never publicly announced that Addison Rae had left The Hype House, but fans are assuming she left as she is no longer seen on their social media

The Hype House is a mansion in Los Angeles which allows social media stars to collaborate on videos for TikTok, Instagram and YouTube. It also allows the stars to promote each other’s platforms and personal brands. The collective worked very well, as it had over 20 million followers.

In December 2019, 17-year-old TikTok star, Lil Huddy and 21-year-old YouTube star, Thomas Petrou formed The Hype House. It is home to more than a dozen members, some of whom only live there when they are in town. Some of the previous and present members include Chase Hudson, Conner Yates, Charli and Dixie D’Amelio, Alex Warren, Addison Rae, Avani Gregg, Wyatt Xavier, Daisy Keech, and Jack Wright, amongst many others.

In 2020, a lot of drama occurred in the house, as Daisy decided to leave the collective while Charli and Dixie were also rumoured to have separated from the house, following Charli and Lil Huddy’s breakup in April 2020. Fans then started to look towards Addison, who shared no comment on The Hype House’s rumoured drama.

Addison had become quite popular on the TikTok platform, she became “TikTok famous” due to her popular dancing videos. At the time, she had 32.2 million followers, and currently has 81.1 million followers. Bryce Hall, who also lives in the house, hinted at Addison’s exit from the collective. Hall allegedly told fans in a video that “Addison does not really like to associate with Hype House,” which sparked more rumours that Addison is leaving The Hype House. Some fans also noted that Rae did not appear in posts on the group’s official social media accounts for some time.

Fans are speculating that Addison left the house due to a feud with Charli D’Amelio. Although there was never an official announcement about her leaving The Hype House, fans can assume that she is no longer part of the group as she is nowhere to be seen on The Hype House’s official social media platforms. Addison also does not share videos or photos regarding the collective on her personal social media platforms.