Singer Maluma revealed that she experienced moments of tension at Atlanta Airport in the United States, after a plane crash that took off before him and killed four people. At a show in Orlando last Friday (8/10), the Colombian paid respects to the victims, dedicating to them the ADMV song.
After the show, Maluma returned to reflect on what happened on her social networks. “What a crazy and beautiful day at the same time. Today I remembered the fragility of life on more than one occasion. Substances are worthless when we are not alive and breathing. I take everyone in my heart, hug you and tell them how much you love them before it’s too late. I really love you guys. Everything I’ve built is beautiful, but it’s worthless if I don’t have someone to share it with.”
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🎥 | At yesterday’s show in Orlando, Tweet embed He dedicated “ADMV” to four passengers who lost their lives in a plane crash, a flight that preceded his, at Atlanta’s DeKalb Peachtree Airport.
Our condolences and solidarity with the families of the victims. pic.twitter.com/6mkV36RmWu
– Central Maluma Brazil (CentralMalumaBr) October 9, 2021
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