Singer Maluma clarifies his sexuality: ‘Lend me your girlfriend to see how gay I am’

Maluma and Madonna perform onstage during the 2019 Billboard Music Awards. (John Shearer/Getty Images for dcp)

Maluma, tangled in speculation from fans about his sexuality for years, has sought to set the record straight about his sexuality.

As in, literally straight. He’s straight.

During an Instagram live questions and answers session Tuesday, the “11 PM” singer explained that if he were gay, he would have come out already.

What did he say?

The Colombian hitmaker told his 49 million followers: “People are stupid, aren’t they?

“Yes, that is, how can they say I’m gay?”

He continued “If I were gay, I would have already spoken about it.”

Maluma then defended himself amid the accusations that he’s gay by joking: “The one who said that I am gay, lend me your girlfriend to see how gay I am.”

Petition to leave speculating about people’s sexualities in 2019, please.

Who is Maluma?

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Maluma, known off-stage as Juan Arias, has a colourful track record of collaborating with a whole host of LGBT+ icons. Notably, Madonna.

The pair duetted for the lead single in her new album, Madame X, “Medellín” as well as the track, “B***h I’m Loca”.

Madonna later contributed to the 26-year-old’s fourth studio album, 11:11, on the track, “Soltera”.

His discography has also includes collaborations with pop divas such as Shakira, where their 2017 single, “Chantaje”, rocketed up the charts across the globe.