19 Year Old Davido Parties it Up with D’Banj at Strip Club in Atlanta, USA

News surfaces that Nineteen year old Davido recently partied it up with D”Banj, among others, at a strip club in Atlanta, USA.

A few things to note:

1. Many strip clubs around the country permit for persons 18years and above to patronize these establishments.

2. Such persons, however, cannot be served ANY alcohol. They need to be 21 or above for that to happen.

Accordingly, if strip club is Davido’s thing and it was lawful for him to be there, then it is what is. If he was served alcohol at the establishment, then it becomes the business of law enforcement and the city/state to investigate, fine or possibly shut down the  establishment, among other options.

Strip clubs are regularly in trouble with the law over violations of very strict city/state ordinances governing their operations. They are also known (rightfully or wrongfully) as venues to harbor persons engaged in organized crimes and prostitution. So, it is not a surprise they are frequently in litigation (legal trouble).

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