Maluma slams the Four Seasons hotel for not investigating his 2018 burglary


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Maluma is fearing for his personal safety. The Colombian singer took to Instagram on Wednesday, October 17, to call out the Four Seasons hotel chain for its lack of response in regard to a burglary that took place in his hotel room in June 2018. 

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The singer's belongings, reportedly worth $800,000, were taken from his room while he was in Moscow, Russia, for the 2018 World Cup. The singer says he has yet to receive a solution from the hotel chain and is demanding that it take action over the incident, which took place more than a year ago. 

The singer dealt with a bad situation during the 2018 World Cup.

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The "Felices Los 4" singer headed to Saransk, Russia, in June 2018 to support the Colombia team at the World Cup during its game against Japan. During his stay in Russia, Maluma stayed at the Four Seasons hotel, where $800,000 worth of personal property was stolen from his hotel room in Moscow. The Associated Press reported that numerous luxury watches, jewelry, and other items that belonged to him were stolen by a thief at the time.

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Maluma publicly addressed the Four Seasons more than a year after the incident.

Maluma sent out a strong message to the hotel chain, demanding answers and a solution after more than a year since the burglary took place. The singer said he no longer feels safe staying at the hotel chain, and he fears that not only are his belongings at risk but also his personal safety. He claims that the chain has yet to respond to the matter.

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Fans took to the comments on the Four Seasons Instagram page.

Some fans flocked to the Four Seasons Instagram page and asked the hotel company to respond to the hitmaker's situation. The Colombian star pointed out that there was no break-in during the burglary, and at the time, it was reported that the thief entered the room pretending to be Maluma's guest while he wasn't in the room. 

Celebrities are being targeted throughout the world.

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There have been a slew of break-ins in celebrity homes in California, and in 2016, Kim Kardashian also fell victim to a massive robbery while traveling abroad. The KKW Beauty founder was tied up and held at gunpoint while millions of dollars' worth of jewelry was taken from her hotel room by a group of thieves. Celebrities must be extra vigilant about their safety, especially while living in a world where it is easy to track where a person is at all times because of the internet and social media. The Four Seasons has yet to publicly respond to Maluma's claims.