Colombian singer Maluma shared in his Instagram account a video of his recent presentation during a Latin Grammy Acoustic Session, at the Teatro Colón in Bogota. In the clip, Maluma is sitting on stage singing a ballad version of “Yo Soy El Cantante.” Although the Héctor Lavoe song is not easy to perform, Maluma wanted to do a test and pay homage to the Puerto Rican Salsa icon, but the result, judging by opinions of his fans, wasn't what was expected.

"But for God's sake, what is this? What an insult," wrote one user to the singer of "Felices Los Cuatro." Another wrote that "in silence he looks more handsome," while one was more daring and profited the moment to remind the singer of the contempt he made to a Mexican fan. "Go to hell. You despised a girl and made her feel embarrassed in front of an audience," reproached the fan that apparently is still hurt. 

The pop star also sparked fury among his Palestinian fans, when he posted a photo of him and a Israeli cop. "You lost all your Palestinian fanatics and I am the first of them,” wrote one angry user. “Did you ask how many Palestinians she killed before posing for a photo with her?” The user also wrote he was “posing with a member of Israel’s killer army.” 

Although the singer has been attacked lately in social networks, his faithfull fans are supporting his career, especially in his native country where he has just received a plaque from Sony Music, which credits him with more than 2 billion streams. He is also preparing for his first tour in Brazil, where he will be visiting Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Brasilia. After that, the 23-year-old singer will be visiting Argentina and Uruguay.