Canadian rapper/singer Tory Lanez has revealed that he is the co-owner of the prominent gentlemen’s club, Taboo. Tory Lanez made the revelation during an interview with the Breakfast Club and dubbed the nightclub “the biggest club in Jamaica.” While Tory has stated that music is his true passion, the versatile artiste is constantly expanding his portfolio by diversifying into new businesses, one of which is cosmetics for hair restoration. As Tory spoke about being an entrepreneur, he noted that one of the greatest things he has done is becoming a co-owner of the Taboo nightclub.
“I own Taboo with Corey Todd and Shamara Todd from Jamaica,” he said. “It’s like the biggest club in Jamaica. There’s three of them in the West Indies, and then we got two of them in Miami.”
The Miami branches, Taboo Miami and Taboo A26 are co-owned by Tory, Cory, and Shamara. Meanwhile, Taboo’s local branches are in Kingston, Montego Bay, and Ocho Rios. Tory also stated that Taboo is “the hottest club in Miami” with a great vibe and offers the “best food in the city past 11 o’clock.”
In February 2021, the Todds revealed that they would be expanding the nightclub to Miami by posting a flyer showing Taboo’s logo and the word “Miami” written below. At that time, Corey Todd told Loop News that the announcement of the nightclub’s expansion to the United States “sent people into a craze.”
Watch the full interview with Tory Lanez below: