Singer Maluma, 28, withdrew from an interview with Israeli state television after a question was asked about the boycott of artists to participate in the opening of the 2022 World Cup due to Qatar’s record in the field of human rights.
The owner of the song “Hawaii” will sing at the concert, along with singers Nicki Minaj and the Lebanese Myriam Fares. In the interview, the artist listened to questions about the boycott promoted by Dua Lipa and Shakira and managed to escape by saying she was impressed. Song and football.
Yes, but it’s something I just can’t work out. I just came here to enjoy life, enjoy football and soccer party. It’s not really something I should be involved in. I am here enjoying my music, beautiful life and also playing football.
But the singer was pressured into speaking out about the boycott issue and she was furious. So he got up and asked someone who was out of range of the cameras if he was obligated to answer.
They replied in the negative, so he got up and left the interview. Maluma told the reporter, “You are insolent.”
According to TMZ’s sources, Maluma only agreed to be at the Qatar event due to his passion for soccer. He was a soccer player in Colombia and left the soccer world to start his professional career.
Maluma collaborated with hip-hop star Nicki Minaj and Lebanese singer Myriam Fares on the song “Tokoh Taka”, which had lyrics in English, Spanish and Arabic. They will perform at the opening of the World Cup.
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