Latin recording artist Maluma was spotted at a Wynwood Gallery pop-up earlier this month in Miami. Maluma was there promoting his new album Seven Days in Jamaica with artwork made out of recyclable materials by Federico Uribe.

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The Colombian star posted on Instagram about his plans to attend the Maluma x Uribe pop up, giving his fans just a few hours notice. According to photos and videos taken at the scene, what appears to be hundreds of fans showed up to catch a glimpse at Maluma.

About 150 people were allowed into the gallery, 10 at a time, wearing face coverings. Eventually, the meet and greet was shut down by police for violating COVID-19 procedures.

“I wanted to spend more time with each and every one of you, but police did not allow us to do so,” Maluma said on his Instagram stories in Spanish. “That’s all just a demonstration of your love. Thank you all in Miami for loving Maluma, baby, so much.”

Maluma and Uribe’s exhibit will be available for viewing until Feb. 28.

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