The Colombian artist has been the subject of conversation on social networks for a tremendous blow he suffered while trying to choreograph his most recent release.

Dance trends have become quite popular on digital platforms in recent months, and in fact several songs have gained international recognition since then. Which is why the singer Maluma created his own choreography for the song ‘Sobrio’ , released a few weeks ago.

In fact, when he wanted to show his millions of followers on Tiktok what the step by step was like to successfully perform the dance, the 27-year-old from Antioquia suffered a spectacular fall that, of course, was recorded on video and was shared by himself between laughs.

“Whoever takes this step I am giving is money,” said Juan Luis Londoño Arias (first name of the musician) while joking about this incident in which, curiously, the beer in his hand was not affected.

Reactions to the recording did not take long to emerge and even accumulates more than six and a half million views in just 20 hours, only on Instagram, where they also took the opportunity to comment on their closest friends and colleagues, such as Pipe Bueno, Farina and Blessd.

“I imagine that you already bought the pomade for the purple that you should have left”, “if it is to see that step in your concert tour, I pay the ticket right now” and “I have seen that video hundreds of times and I have a feeling that it’s going to come back in an Internet anthem ” ; are some of the comments that can be read in the publication.

It is worth remembering that in recent days the interpreter of ‘Hawaii’ and ‘ADMV’ was also the subject of discussion in networks, after the criticism made by a Spanish journalist for the video that he posted to promote ‘Papi Juancho Maluma Word Tour’ , his concert tour that will soon begin in the United States, as he is seen kissing dozens of fans during his concerts.

The woman in question is Lorena García Díez , who participates in the informative magazine ‘Espejo Público’ of the Antena 3 channel , up to which said clip in which it is observed how Maluma has the habit of taking a follower to the stage and then kissing her .

“Hey, it’s good to see kisses, this seems horrible to me. Neither a pandemic, nor a pandemic, this is a … Unspeakable, pure and disgusting sexism … ” , said the Spanish presenter when she saw the images. However, his attack did not end there and he used other words to express his anger and, incidentally, reflect on it.

“Look, I liked Maluma, but I had not seen these images (…) No matter how much a fan you are, as much as they like it, they are invading their space and I think they shouldn’t do it,” he added.

But the Iberian journalist was not the only one to question the Colombian reggaeton player for stealing kisses from the attendees of his concerts, since several reactions that his publication provoked revealed discontent.

Everything ready for the ‘Papi Juancho Maluma Word Tour’

In order to create a “safe” experience, the artist and his team have designed a stage that will be installed in the center of the venues where he will sing, which also include the legendary Madison Square Garden in New York and The Forum in Los Angeles.

“We are preparing a show totally created to respond to the measures that are necessary to keep the public healthy and to be able to continue with our plans. It is important that they come vaccinated!”, Concluded Maluma from the FTX Arena, in Miami, where one will be held of the 30 concerts of the tour.

In addition, the Colombian is part of the lineup of artists who will perform on August 21 in Central Park for the festival “We Love New York: The Homecoming Concert” , which will also feature Andrea Bocelli, Wyclef Jean, Kane Brown, Barry Manilow, Bruce Springsteen, Cynthia Erivo, Don Lemon, Earth, Wind & Fire, Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, Lucky Daye, Elvis Costello, Gayle King, Jennifer Hudson, Jimmy Fallon, Journey, Jon Batiste, The Killers, LL COOL J, The New York Philharmonic, Patti Smith, Paul Simon, Polo G, Carlos Santana and Rob Thomas.

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