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  • Writer's pictureConny Chavez

Six Reasons Why the World Loves Bad Bunny

Updated: May 18, 2021

First and foremost, congratulations to those of you who managed to purchase Bad Bunny tickets – oh, how I envy you. El Ultimo Tour del Mundo 2022 broke the record and has become the fastest-selling tour since 2018 with the sale of 480,000 tickets in less than a week.

To those that don’t understand why the world goes gaga for Bad Bunny, this blog post gives you a perfect insight into why the Puerto Rican rapper is so admired. Nevertheless, here are six reasons why the world loves Bad Bunny.

No. 1 His Music

I dare you to try to name one song from Bad Bunny that was not a hit. Whether it’s “Dakiti” or “Yo Perreo Sola” or “Mia” the world danced to or just vibed with the rhythmic music of Bad Bunny.

No. 2 Political Activist

Bad Bunny is not all about the glamour and entertainment world; he has openly vocalized his political opinions and concerns throughout the years. He led protests in Puerto Rico that led to the resignation of Puerto Rico’s Governor, Ricardo Rosselló.

No. 3 Against Toxic Masculinity

Without a doubt, Bad Bunny has proven that the toxic masculinity in Latinx cultures need to change. The rapper is unafraid to express his sensitive side and challenges all toxic masculine traits by embracing femininity and speaking against sexism.

No. 4 Body Positivity

In countless now erased tweets, the rapper has expressed his mind regarding the capitalistic culture and beauty standards. Bad Bunny has taught many to love themselves and to express themselves in a way that truly makes them happy.

No. 5 Forget Gender Norms

Since Bad Bunny was introduced to American mainstream media, the reggaeton artist challenged gender norms with his nonconformist outfits and music videos. Despite criticism and rumors, the rapper wore skirts, hoop earrings and acrylic nails. Nonetheless, he has shown his support for the LGBTQ+ community in his music videos and public appearances.

No. 6 He Loves His Fans

On Sept. 20, 2020, Bad Bunny made the world go crazy as he roamed the streets of New York and performed a free concert on top of a bus. The reggaeton artist uplifted the world’s spirit during a global pandemic with his first-ever virtual concert. He has also given away free VIP tickets to fans for their endless love and support as well as humorous video edits.

(Originally published in Reggaeton Ambiente.)

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