A Columbus, Ohio nightclub where Trey Songz was scheduled to perform was shut down by the Ohio State Patrol for violating Covid-19 restrictions.
Club Aftermath, located on Channingway Center Drive, hosted a concert featuring Trey Songz on Saturday, Dec. 6. Hundreds of fans packed into the club to see their fave perform.
But before Songz could touch the mic, the club was shut down for “egregious violations of health orders,” according to the Ohio Investigative Unit.
The Ohio State Patrol, which oversees the OIU, said in a press release that undercover agents arrived around 9:30 p.m. and saw about 500 people inside the club.
Agents observed no attempts to social distance and most of the club patrons were not wearing face masks or face coverings.
A state health order prohibits mass gatherings in Ohio, according to WBNS 10 news.
The violations will be presented to the Ohio Liquor Commission for possible penalties, including suspension of the club’s liquor license.
Nightclubs in Atlanta are free from such oppressive rules — thanks to our mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms. Atlanta clubs and restaurants are packed with warm bodies every weeknight and on weekends.
Thousands of freedom-loving partygoers pour into Atlanta from locked down cities to enjoy a taste of freedom before returning to their oppressive cities.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has said he will not impose Covid-19 restrictions such as lockdowns and mask mandates on Georgia residents. He did, however, give local lawmakers the authority to impose their own Covid-19 restrictions.
Thankfully, Mayor Keisha’s city remains a wide open, restriction-free tourist destination.