Colombian singer, Maluma defended himself once again from the criticism generated by his presence at the 2022 Soccer World Cup, held in Qatar, a country that has complaints of human rights violations.
The interpreter of ‘Felices los 4’, assured that he was very proud of his show at this football event, through his Instagram account, where he also emphatically pointed out that no one could take away his experience in the World Cup.
“How proud to be here, representing and feeling proud of my country, my land, my Latino culture.💛💙♥️”, Maluma wrote in the first part of his message on his social network published last Sunday, November 20.
“This moment will live forever in my heart and nothing and no one can take it from meThank you all for believing and giving it to me, without you real fans none of this would be possible!!!! Now yes to turn on 🕯️ To sing in the FINAL 🤯… I love you with all my heart and never forget that… DREAMS COME TRUE!”, reads in your post.
Let’s remember that her compatriot, Shakira, refused to be part of this world cup, despite her great experience in this type of event. The same thing did, the British singer and actress Dua Lipa. Rod Stewart, one of rock’s biggest stars, also turned down FIFA’s invitation.
MALUMA IN QATAR
Maluma appeared this last Saturday, November 19, before thousands of soccer lovers at Al Bidda Park, a stage set up for his presentation and that of other artists. With great emotion, she started her presentation with the song ‘Hawaii’, I continue with ’11 PM’, ‘HP’, and ‘Mama Tetema’.
In the end he interpreted “Tukoh Taka”, the official song of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, although it did so without Myriam Fares or Nicki Minaj, the other artists who collaborate on the theme. “Partners my name is Juan Luis Londoño Arias, directly from Colombia. I feel so happy to be here. There are many people, thank you very much for your love and support. Long live the World Cup, gentlemen!”, he pointed out during his show.