Tory Lanez hosts a pre-Super Bowl party for HUNDREDS of people in Tampa amid the COVID-19 pandemic

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Tory Lanez hosts a pre-Super Bowl party for HUNDREDS of people in Tampa amid the COVID-19 pandemic

Tory Lanez hosted a pre-Super Bowl bash with hundreds of attendees, who seemed to have zero regard for social distancing, in Tampa, Florida on Thur

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Tory Lanez hosted a pre-Super Bowl bash with hundreds of attendees, who seemed to have zero regard for social distancing, in Tampa, Florida on Thursday night.

Footage of the 28-year-old Canadian rapper performing at Big Game Beach House showed him surrounded by a sea of fans, who left their masks at home amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. 

Despite Florida Department of Health reporting a higher number of known cases of COVID-19 in the state this week, partygoers defied preventive health measures like staying home or physical distancing. 

This comes months after he shot Megan Thee Stallion; he was charged in October. 

Dangerous behavior: Tory Lanez hosted a pre-Super Bowl bash with hundreds of attendees, who had zero regard for social distancing, in Tampa, Florida on Thursday night

Dangerous behavior: Tory Lanez hosted a pre-Super Bowl bash with hundreds of attendees, who had zero regard for social distancing, in Tampa, Florida on Thursday night

Signs at the venue, obtained TMZ, said ‘social distancing and mask guidelines will be strictly enforced as per city guidelines’ and frowned upon ‘co-mingling between seating areas.’    

These recommendations, however, were ignored as fans of the singer crowed closely together and sang to his biggest hits outside. 

In the video, Lanez could be seen on stage in a green baseball cap, layers of gold chains and a graphic t-shirt with a wizard on it. 

No social distancing: Footage of the 28-year-old Canadian rapper performing at Big Game Beach House show him surrounded by a sea of fans, who left their masks at home amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic

No social distancing: Footage of the 28-year-old Canadian rapper performing at Big Game Beach House show him surrounded by a sea of fans, who left their masks at home amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic

Unbelievable: Despite Florida Department of Health warning that the number of known cases of COVID-19 are rising in the state, partygoers defied preventive health measures like staying home or physical distancing

Unbelievable: Despite Florida Department of Health warning that the number of known cases of COVID-19 are rising in the state, partygoers defied preventive health measures like staying home or physical distancing

Wild: Signs at the venue, obtained TMZ , said 'social distancing and mask guidelines will be strictly enforced as per city guidelines' and frowned upon 'co-mingling between seating areas'

Wild: Signs at the venue, obtained TMZ , said ‘social distancing and mask guidelines will be strictly enforced as per city guidelines’ and frowned upon ‘co-mingling between seating areas’

The concert comes ahead of the Super Bowl in Tampa on Sunday, which Hillsborough County officials are anticipating will cause another rise in COVID-19 cases. 

On Thursday, Florida health officials reported 7,711 additional cases of COVID-19 and 228 resident deaths in the state. 

Florida also confirmed 1,752,330 COVID-19 cases since the outbreak began and a total of 27,247 resident deaths, according to the department of health. 

No masks? These recommendations, however, were ignored as fans of the singer crowed closely together and sang to his biggest hits outside

No masks? These recommendations, however, were ignored as fans of the singer crowed closely together and sang to his biggest hits outside

'Keep the sparklers coming!!!!' he wrote. 'This is a Tory party'

The concert comes ahead of the Super Bowl in Tampa, which Hillsborough County officials are anticipating will cause another rise in COVID-19 cases

Partying away: In the video, Lanez could be seen on stage in a green baseball cap, layers of gold chains and a graphic t-shirt with a wizard on it

Last week, Lanez reportedly filed new documents seeking the ability to publicly discuss allegations waged against him by Megan Thee Stallion, according to TMZ.

In court documents, Lanez said it’s ‘unfair’ that Megan can speak on the July incident in publications and across social media, but he’s not allowed to defend himself due to the court order. 

Lanez was arrested for a felony count of carrying a concealed weapon in a vehicle, and was later charged with one felony count each of assault with a semiautomatic firearm and carrying a loaded, unregistered firearm in a vehicle. 

Wild night: Lanez seen smiling next to a pal without masks

Wild night: Lanez seen smiling next to a pal without masks

Megan took to Twitter last week to address rumors that the charges were dropped and said: “AT THIS POINT IM GETTING ANNOYED! STOP BELIEVING EVERYTHING YOU READ ON THE MF INTERNET. Imagine how I feel waking every day seeing people LIE and turn my trauma into a joke? That whole team figures out ways to create doubt with my story every week and the media eats it up.’  

His team says that there is ‘evidence of gunshot residue implicating others,’ but he’s not allowed to discuss anything due to the protective order. 

Megan told GQ in November’s cover story that she was ‘offered’ money to stay quiet about the alleged shooting in July, and went on to detail how she was shot twice in the foot after leaving a pool party in the Hollywood Hills.

Poor choices: Last week, Lanez reportedly filed new documents seeking the ability to publicly discuss allegations waged against him by Megan Thee Stallion, according to TMZ  (seen in January 2020)

Poor choices: Last week, Lanez reportedly filed new documents seeking the ability to publicly discuss allegations waged against him by Megan Thee Stallion, according to TMZ  (seen in January 2020)

His lawyers responded to TMZ about the buy-out claims and said he ‘has never offered money to any witness for their silence or for any other reason. Any reports to the contrary are false.’

Megan revealed that she was simply trying to go home when she got in the car with Tory Lanez, a move she was hesitant to even make as an argument was brewing and her phone had died. 

When Megan attempted to get out of the vehicle, Lanez allegedly shot at her feet and wounded her twice.

Terrible situation: Megan told GQ in November's cover story that she was 'offered' money to stay quiet about the alleged shooting in July, and went on to detail how she was shot twice in the foot after leaving a pool party in the Hollywood Hills

Terrible situation: Megan told GQ in November’s cover story that she was ‘offered’ money to stay quiet about the alleged shooting in July, and went on to detail how she was shot twice in the foot after leaving a pool party in the Hollywood Hills

People accused Megan of lying about the incident and she later named Lanez as the person who shot her in the foot, which spiraled into a he-said/she-said war online.

After back and forth she tweeted: ‘Black women are so unprotected & we hold so many things in to protect the feelings of others w/o considering our own. It might be funny to y’all on the internet and just another messy topic for you to talk about but this is my real life and I’m real life hurt and traumatized.’

A rep from the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office told Complex the next court date for the case is now set for Feb. 25, following the originally reported hearing date of Jan. 20.

The Say It rapper faces a possible maximum sentence of 22 years and eight months in state prison.

Not great: The Say It rapper faces a possible maximum sentence of 22 years and eight months in state prison; seen in 2018

Not great: The Say It rapper faces a possible maximum sentence of 22 years and eight months in state prison; seen in 2018

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