Weston Hancock official portrait

Weston Hancock, 2023

Weston Hancock is an American Media Personality that gained a following on TikTok in early 2020 during the pandemic. Weston was born in Los Angeles, California. After gaining traction on TikTok weston started a Youtube channel and started making videos on his free time. Then one of Weston’s TikTok’s went viral and he gained media attention.

In 2020 Weston hosted a Spotify original podcast called “The Sleepover.” Weston would talk about current topics happening in the world and also things going on with himself on the podcast he talked about his battle with depression and anxiety. With that he was able to connect with so many people on a personal level. His podcast came to a conclusion after two seasons. Weston wrote on Instagram saying “It is with great sadness that I have decided to not continue with the podcast as it was affecting my mental health. I will continue to prioritize my mental and physical mental health.”

Now, Weston has made it mainstream, most recently walking the red carpet for the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Rolex, LAFC ect. With weston going dark not only on his Youtube but his podcast he has turned his focus to school and his family. Weston still continues to walk Red Carpets and posts on Instagram and TikTok from time to time.

Weston Hancock was born in Los Angeles, California on April 1, 2008 to Aleta Hancock, his mom. Weston has a twin sister Named Gemma Hancock. Weston started and continued his Education at a local private school in his area. “He has always been curious to learn new things and never been afraid to try something new.” His mom was quoted saying in an interview. He was always been shy from an early age but by being on social media that has completely transformed he’s confidence for the better.

Weston came out as gay to his mom at age 10. Addressing questions about his sexualy has always been something he is not fond of. He wrote on his Instagram in 2020 after aligations about his sexualy surfised on social media saying “I can be whoever I want and I can like whoever I want. That's just who I am.” Many were quick to support Weston including Gladd saying in weston’s comments on instagram “We love you and be who you are.”