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Trey Songz Faces Major Backlash For Hosting 500-Person Club Party After Recovering From COVID-19

Despite the fact that Trey Songz said he would be taking COVID ‘genuinely’ in the wake of testing positive for the Covid, the rapper pressed an Ohio club for a show – and fans shot him over this ‘jokester’ move!

Trey Songz experienced harsh criticism subsequent to holding a 500-man indoor “Champagne Saturdays” occasion at the Aftermath night club in Columbus, Ohio, per the New York Post. During the Dec. 5 occasion, spies noticed about 500 individuals fill the 15,000-square foot space to watch Trey, 36, perform. “The greater part of the group,” per the Post, was maskless. They didn’t rehearse social removing, and the club didn’t set up actual hindrances to keep participants isolated from one another. Taking into account that Trey uncovered in October that he tried positive for COVID-19 and that he lost a granddad to the illness, fans were in dismay over the news.

“@TreySongz tryna be a double cross Covid champ,” one tweeted. Others asked why individuals would chance their lives by going to a show in a pandemic. “Individuals risking Covid FOR TREY SONGZ?!?! Hate to see it.” “You all are spreading Coronavirus like a STD… ..for three pointer songz???” “I don’t comprehend Trey Songz. For what reason would he say he is around here giving a #COVID show [clown emoji]” “Our kin knowing we’re the most defenseless, yet pressing a setting maskless for TREY SONGZ? I’M SO TIRED OF Y’ALL NOT TAKING COVID SERIOUSLY.” “Envision gambling getting Coronavirus for three pointer songz”

Trey Songz performs at the BET Awards at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday, June 25, 2017, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP)

The spies additionally “noticed benefactors standing, strolling unreservedly and sharing mixed refreshments straightforwardly from a similar jug as they were passed between gatherings,” said the specialists, per the Post. In the wake of this show, the club was refered to for “inappropriate direct and messy exercises.” The occurrence has been alluded to the Ohio Liquor Control Commission for possible punishments, which could include Aftermath losing its alcohol permit.

“Here with a significant message to tell you I tried positive for COVID-19,” Trey said in an Oct 5 Instagram video. “I’ve accepted numerous tests as I’ve been out dissenting, food drives. Obviously, I have an extremely youthful child at home. So I get tried occasionally, and this time it, shockingly, returned positive. … I will be paying attention to it, I will act naturally isolating. I will be in my home until I see a negative sign.”

Three pointer additionally said that he lost his granddad before in the year and “accepts” it was because of COVID. “I’ve generally taken it [seriously], and in the event that you come into contact with COVID, kindly do likewise,” he added. “Kindly do likewise. Try not to resemble the president [Donald Trump].”