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Maluma Denies Death Rumors: 'I'm Alive and Happier Than Ever'

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Maluma visits El Zol 106.7FM on Nov. 4, 2015 in Miami.

Colombian singer Maluma is the latest victim of an Internet death hoax. To deny his death, the "Borro Cassette" singer took to Instagram to tell his fans, "I'm alive and happier than ever." 

"This is like the fifth time this month that they have killed me. I just landed in Bogotá, Colombia so I couldn't be happier. Don't believe anything, I'm alive." 

 

ESTOY VIVOOOOOOOOOO!!!!

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The rumor hit the Internet yesterday (March 30) when a site called CNN Mundo announced the 22-year-old reggaetonero had died in a car accident after a concert in Zacatecas, Mexico. "We have Maluma for a long time God willing," wrote Maluma. 

 

-------- Y yo más vivo que NUNCA, Hay MALUMA pa rato si Dios quiere!!!

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Prior to offering concerts in Mexico and Guatemala, Maluma filmed his new music video "El Perdedor" in Los Angeles directed by Jessy Terrero. The song is featured in his latest album Pretty Boy, Dirty Boy. 

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