Rapper 2 Chainz's Escobar Restaurant has been shut down by the Georgia Police for violating COVID-19 guidelines.
According to an incident report from the Department of Public Safety, the restaurant's manager for the eatery was cited after public safety officials received complaints that there were too many people inside the restaurant and bar.
"When I enter the establishment, the entire facility was full of patrons, shoulder to shoulder, and was unable to enter safely," the DPS officer wrote in the incident report per WSB-TV. "Once I entered the facility, I observed the same violations as I did when the warning was issued."
Gov. Brian Kemp released an executive order which outlined the safety requirements for restaurants to reopen.
One requirement is that only 10 diners are to be in any establishment per 500 square feet of dining room space. Tables will be at least six feet apart and servers and restaurant staff will be wearing face masks.