Trey Songz has found himself in some trouble.
The ‘Bottoms Up’ singer held a show of more than 500 people over the weekend, which forced a Columbus, Ohio nightclub to temporarily close, according to CNN.
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Plainclothes officers found hundreds of unmaked and not socially distanced people inside the club on December 5, according to a statement released about the incident.
“Agents arrived at 9:30 p.m. and observed egregious violations of health orders as approximately 500 people inside attended a concert. The dance floor and stage area, as well as the bar and table sections were crowded with patrons. Patrons were congregated throughout the premises with no attempts to maintain social distancing and no physical barriers in place. Agents observed patrons standing, walking freely and sharing alcoholic beverages directly from the same bottle as they were passed between groups. No social distancing or physical barriers were in place. Most of the crowd and the employees were not wearing facial coverings.”
In a statement, Columbus City Attorney Zach Klein said:
“Last weekend’s indoor concert at Aftermath was in blatant disregard of COVID-19 health orders and social distancing best practices.
We are in the middle of a surge in coronavirus infections, yet the owners of Aftermath planned to continue hosting large-scale events at their venue, including this upcoming weekend. In the interest of community health, we secured an immediate shutdown of this property.”
Songz has not released a statement regarding this ordeal at this time. However, it is worth noting that he did contract coronavirus in October and revealed he was taking it “very” seriously (as we reported here).
With that, what are…