Maluma New Video: 13 Hottest Scenes From 'El Perdedor' That Give Us Life; Watch Here!

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Maluma premiered his new music video for "El Perdedor" and it's all the rage! Watch it here! YouTube/@MalumaVEVO

Maluma made headlines this week after a controversial video of him getting arrested made the rounds. The controversial clip, posted by Royalty World Inc., shows the Colombian artist being handcuffed by a pair of cops.

Although many fans were concerned, the singer immediately released a video statement regarding the mishap. 

“Thank you for worrying about me. I want to let you all know that I’m fine. Things didn’t go too far in this case. I know this is an alarming situation, but I want you all to be patient, and I will talk about it on Friday," he calmly stated.

"I’m moving forward with my life and this Friday, I will give as many declarations as I have to on the subject. Sending you a lot of hugs and kisses, and thank you for being there for me. I love you," he added.

Well, it's Friday, Maluma has yet to talk about the situation, but we pretty much have it figured out as the horrific scene is part of his new music video "El Perdedor." 

The 22-year-old singer released his latest single by popular demand in February. It turns out that the song, which follows the hit "Borro Cassette," was chosen by his fans through social media.

"El Perdedor" is part of Maluma's latest studio album "Pretty Boy Dirty Boy."

In March, just after being featured on Thalia's jam "Desde Esa Noche," Maluma teased fans with behind-the-scenes photos of the music video directed by renowned Dominican Jessy Terrero in Los Angeles.

With no more to say, here are some of the best scenes from his new music video, which by the way sends a very wonderful message at the end.

1) The video kicks off with Maluma getting in trouble with a local cop, because he's "messing around" with his daughter. 

Maluma Maluma's "El Perdedor" YouTube/@MalumaVEVO

2) Here he is.... messing around with the cop's daughter. 

Maluma Maluma's "El Perdedor" YouTube/@MalumaVEVO

3) But clearly he can't help it, because he's in love with her...

Maluma Maluma's "El Perdedor" YouTube/@MalumaVEVO

4) She's also feeling the Maluma vibes! 

Maluma Maluma's "El Perdedor" YouTube/@MalumaVEVO

5) The only problem is that she has a boyfriend... and it's not Maluma!

Maluma Maluma's "El Perdedor" YouTube/@MalumaVEVO

6) That's why they have to hide their love... like, under the bleachers after cheerleading practice.

Maluma Maluma's "El Perdedor" YouTube/@MalumaVEVO

7) But seriously, who would want to run away from Maluma? Not me!

Maluma Maluma's "El Perdedor" YouTube/@MalumaVEVO

8) Maluma follows her everywhere, trying to prove his point that he's not "el perdedor" (the loser).

Maluma Maluma's "El Perdedor" YouTube/@MalumaVEVO

9) However, the girl's novio is well aware that Maluma is after his girl and confronts him about it.

Maluma Maluma's "El Perdedor" YouTube/@MalumaVEVO

10) Things get out of hand, causing our beloved Maluma to get arrested.

Maluma Maluma's "El Perdedor" YouTube/@MalumaVEVO

11) But not even that can stop these two love birds! 

Maluma Maluma's "El Perdedor" YouTube/@MalumaVEVO

12) The message at the end of the video is very empowering, letting it be known that color, religion, race, nor sexuality should be an obstacle for love.

Maluma Maluma's "El Perdedor" YouTube/@MalumaVEVO

13) LIFE!

Maluma Maluma's "El Perdedor" YouTube/@MalumaVEVO

Check out the complete video below: 

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Jessica Lucia Roiz

Jessica L. Roiz is a Miami-based bilingual journalist of Nicaraguan descent. In addition to Latin Times, she's published in VOXXI, The Miami Herald, Huffington Post, La Opinion, El Nuevo Herald, The Latin Kitchen and more. With over 10-years experience in digital media, she's nothing but passionate and creative with her work. When she's not writing or editing videos, she can be found listening to rock en Español, dancing bachata, reading Paulo Coelho, missing Selena Quintanilla or relaxing in Nicaragua. She's also the founder of ALoNica con la Roiz and PulsoPOP