- Jaden Hossler and Josh Richards announced over the weekend that they were taking a hiatus from the Sway Boys.
- The rest of the members of the content house have responded to the announcement on Twitter and they seem super supportive.
It's the end of an era for the Sway Boys as Jaden Hossler and Josh Richards announce that they are taking a hiatus from the content group. The boys announced the news on Twitter over the weekend, revealing that they would be working together on some more creative endeavors.
"Music has saved my life, & I'm sure it has for many of you," Jaden wrote on Twitter. I have decided to dedicate my time & efforts to that side of my career."
hello everyone— jxdn (@jadenhossler) May 31, 2020
please know how grateful i am for you all.
music has saved my life, & i’m sure it has for many of you.
with that, i have decided to dedicate my time & efforts to that side of my career.
Josh & I have decided to take a hiatus from sway.
Jaden & I will still be creating hard content every day and staying active on all our platforms. Don’t you buds worry, exciting stuff coming soon!— Josh (@JoshRichards) May 31, 2020
Of course, the remaining members of the Sway Boys took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the news.
Bryce Hall, who was arrested alongside Jaden for drug possession last week, shared Jaden's tweet with the message, "love you guys. brothers for life [for real]."
Kio Cyr, meanwhile, let Jaden and Josh know that they were welcomed back to the Sway Boys at any time. "Take all the time you need man," he wrote. "Home will be waiting for you when you’re ready."
Take all the time you need man. Home will be waiting for you when you’re ready. https://t.co/8Kmm96uT4I— Kio Cyr (@kio_cyr) May 31, 2020
After all was said and done, though, Bryce took to Twitter to remind his followers of what is really important right now: the protests occurring across the country and the people fighting hard for the Black Lives Matter movement.
"I know the boys are leaving," he wrote. "But don’t worry too much about it, there are way bigger things going on in the world right now and all we should be worrying about is that. spread love and be safe in these terrible times."
i know the boys are leaving.. but don’t worry too much about it, there are way bigger things going on in the world right now and all we should be worrying about is that. spread love and be safe in these terrible times.— Bryce Hall (@BryceHall) May 31, 2020
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