J Balvin, Maluma and More Latin Artists React to Brazil Soccer Team Plane Crash

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Maluma at Hotel Presidente Intercontinental on April 14, 2016 in Mexico City, Mexico. 

A plane carrying members of Brazil’s Chapecoense Soccer Team crashed in Colombia Tuesday morning (Nov. 29), killing 76 of the 81 passengers. As Brazilians and soccer fans alike mourn the tragedy, Latin musicians J Balvin, Maluma, Nicky Jam and Fonseca expressed their grief on social media.

Sharing similar pictures of the team's logo and symbols of remembrance, all of the singers shared heartfelt messages on Instagram. "We are all in mourning," Maluma wrote. "God has them in their glory, condolences for all the families of the victims. The sky has won a team of champions."

See all of the posts below.

 

 

DIOS LOS TENGA EN SU GLORIA!!

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Fuerzas para los familiares. Solo Dios sabe porque

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