The halftime show at the Super Bowl, headlined by The Weeknd, was not what many expected and even Maluma already showed his discontent and made a critique of the show.
The show had several interesting details, including that it took place in the Raymond James Stadium, so it did not happen on the Super Bowl pitch, as it usually does.
The Weeknd I wanted the stage, in the style of Broadway, to be the protagonist of the show and for that invested 7 million dollars out of pocket to have a show that would make fans fall in love, however, for many, it did not succeed.
Another thing that stood out is that The Weeknd didn’t feature any of the collaborations what you have with artists like Ariana Grande, Rosalia and even Maluma, something about which the Colombian has already spoken.
The 27-year-old Colombian singer said that everything was fine with the halftime show, but that the collaboration they did together on the Hawaii remix had been lacking.
Both through his Instagram stories, as in the feed itself, where he has more than 57 million followers and on his Twitter account, where he has more than 7 million followers, the interpreter showed his discontent.
Everything was very hard, but Hawaii remix was missing ”, wrote Maluma.
Quickly, fans agreed on the lack of that song and other collaborations.
Here is the original publication with which Maluma criticized the Super Bowl halftime show with The Weeknd.