Rashaan Davis Wiki
Rashaan Davis, 25, is charged with a second-degree misdemeanor for violating the “order to stay home” by Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton, which directs Ohio residents to stay a distance of six feet from each other and avoid leaving their homes for essential activities
“This is how we celebrate our coronavirus,” Davis says at one point in the recording, which was originally streamed on Facebook but later reposted to YouTube. He repeatedly mentioned his hope that the video would be picked up by Worldstarhiphop, a content aggregation site known for spreading clips of fights and other shocking public confrontations.
“Man, f*** corona,” another attendee shouted in a separate recording of the same party.
Rashaan Davis Age
He is 25 years old.
Rashaan Davis Posted A Video On Youtube
the man behind a YouTube video narrating a large gathering in Over-the-Rhine Friday night and charged him with violating Gov. Mike Dewine’s “stay-at-home” order
Davis and other attendees referred to the gathering as “Club Shell” — a reference to the Shell gas station in the background of the video — and posted on social media that they planned to meet again.
Over 55,000 people watched the stream, according to court documents. Police requested Davis be given a high bond, if any.
He warned that Cincinnati is currently at the tip of a metaphorical iceburg, with the worst of the pandemic still ahead.
“Videos of our people defying the state-at-home order and social distancing recommendation pisses me off for several reasons,” wrote Councilman Jeff Pastor on Facebook. “Chief among those reasons, it’s selfish and potentially harmful to those whose immune systems are compromised.
“I poured my heart out yesterday about how difficult it is for me and others to balance our inclination for freedom with our desire to protect the masses from a worsening pandemic. That does not mean I am going to throw a block party!
Rashaan Davis Arrested
A man who, according to Cincinnati Police, livestreamed himself drinking and dancing outside Friday night in Over-the-Rhine, huddling close together with over 20 other people and bragging that they did not care about the risk of catching COVID-19, was arrested Saturday afternoon.
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