Trey Songz and an Ohio nightclub are in hot water. Per the New York Post, undercover agents observed about 500 people over the weekend attending one of the singers’ appearances in a 15,000-square-foot nightspot in Columbus.

The fans were tightly packed together, and many weren’t wearing masks. Many employees were also seen without masks on.

Authorities state, “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.”

The club, called Aftermath, has since been cited for “egregious violations.”

Aftermath was also cited for improper conduct and disorderly activities.  The New York Post adds, “The incident has been referred to the Ohio Liquor Control Commission for potential penalties, including the revocation of its liquor license.”

As we reported, Trey Songz had coronavirus back in October. He said on Instagram, “I will be taking this seriously. I will be self-quarantining. I will be in my house until I see a negative sign. I’ve always taken it serious, and if you come into contact with COVID, please do the same.”

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