Maluma defended himself after being questioned for appearing at the Qatar 2022 World Cup (Photo: Instagram / maluma).
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In recent weeks, many artists, such as Shakira, Rod Stewart and Dua Lipa, have rejected the proposal to perform at the World Cup Qatar 2022 as a way of demonstrating against the policies of the country. Nevertheless, Maluma decided to go ahead with his presentation and received several criticisms and questions for this reason.

Now, the Colombian singer made his point of view clear regarding the destination where one of the most anticipated sporting events takes place. In his Instagram stories, he expressed himself after leaving a live interview in which he they asked him his opinion on the human rights policies in Qatar.

Also read: Maluma, Myriam Fares and Nicki Minaj premiered “Tukoh Taka”, another of the official themes of the World Cup in Qatar

I came to celebrate the football partyto put my flag and my culture in the most important event in the history of sports and to bring joy to the corners of the world. That is my task and my legacy”, wrote the singer in a photo where he is seen resting in the hotel room.

Maluma defended himself after being questioned for appearing at the Qatar 2022 World Cup (Photo: Instagram / maluma).

With “Tukoh Taka”, the song he composed together with Nicki Minak and Myriam Fares for the Qatar 2022 World Cup, in the background he assured: “I am not going to change and I will continue to do so with all the love in the world.” On the decision of other colleagues to avoid singing at the event, he was conclusive: “If some did not want to come it is their problembut I am here facing reality and bringing light to the whole world”.

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