Bad Bunny is on his way up to becoming one of the most famous rappers in the world. While he’s a pretty huge figure in the Latin music scene, his popularity also comes from his spectacular appearance in WrestleMania 37. Bunny teamed up with Damien Priest for a WrestleMania tag team match against John Morrison and The Miz, and impressed fans with his performance. Of course, music will always be Bunny’s bread and butter.

Bunny makes his presence known through grand gestures. Recently, he unveiled 2 life-sized wax statues of himself in Times Square. The two-time Grammy winner deserves his recognition, as he has turned out to be one of the most streamed artists on Spotify.

The rapper recently made another eccentric gesture, but an elaborate and cryptic one at that. An advertisement took up space on a Puerto Rican classifieds website. It listed a Bugatti Chiron, with its seller being Benito A. Martinez Ocasio. Some fans recognized Bad Bunny’s formal name.

Bunny’s fans called up the number that was featured on the website, only to hear a snippet of a song, supposedly from the album, and subsequently received a text message. The message, from the rapper himself, revealed the name of his upcoming album, but stated that he “can’t say the date yet.


Hello! 🙂 Thank you for calling. There’s only a little time left until the album comes out. I still can’t say the date, but I can tell you the name: Un Verano Sin Ti.

The rapper’s last album, El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo, won him a Grammy award for Best Musica Urbana Album. Sadly, the rapper couldn’t make it to the ceremony in order to accept the award, as he was wrapping up the El Ultimo Del Mundo tour with its last show in Miami.

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Nitish Vashishtha

Nitish is a freelance writer and correspondent who has been covering celebrity news, pop culture and entertainment for over 4 years. He has experience writing for various media outlets and continues to be passionate about bringing the latest news and insights to readers.

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