Bad Bunny remained tight-lipped about his romantic involvement with Kendall Jenner during his cover story interview with Rolling Stone Wednesday.
The 29-year-old Puerto Rican – who stepped out to dinner with his new girlfriend on Tuesday – musician discussed personal experiences, famous acquaintances, and viral moments, including a time when he appeared to throw a fan’s phone.
Linked in February, the loved-up couple attended Coachella and the Met Gala together.
In March, the duo confirmed their romance when they showed off some major PDA while out to dinner with Kendall’s sister Kylie Jenner in West Hollywood.
The 27-year-old entrepreneur behind 818 tequila and the three-time Grammy-winning rapper have frequently been seen together in public and even attended the Met Gala as a pair.
Opening up, kind of: Bad Bunny remained tight-lipped about his romantic involvement with Kendall Jenner during his recent interview with Rolling Stone on Tuesday for his cover story – pictured at the 2023 Met Gala
It’s personal: The musician and Kendall Jenner were seen heading to The 2023 Met Gala afterparty after attending the Karl Lagerfeld: A Line Of Beauty show – pictured in New York on May 1
The claims about the hookup weren’t well received by Bad Bunny’s fans, who were disappointed that they might not have a chance with the famous musician anymore. In contrast, others were angered that the Puerto Rican star was dating a white, non-Latin woman.
When asked by the publication to comment on his relationship, the star, whose real name is Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, said, ‘I know something is going to come out. I know [people are] going to say something.
‘People know everything about me, so what’s left for me to protect? My private life, my personal life.’
He added, ‘The only answer in the end, the only thing I have is my privacy.’
When asked how he deals with constant inquiries about his love life, he replied, ‘I keep living. Fans are always going to want to know more, but I don’t focus on that. I’m always going to keep living my way.’
The Un Verano Sin Ti singer insisted that he did not throw a fan’s phone in the ocean while vacationing in the Dominican Republic in January.
He said that when a woman jumped in front of him for a selfie, he was surprised and threw the fan’s phone away.
‘I love going to D.R., so I was waving to everyone, like, ‘Que lo que!’ (What’s up!). That person got right on me, leaned directly on my body.’
While he felt bad about the situation, he added, ‘That cellphone didn’t break. […] I didn’t throw that phone into the water. I threw it into some bushes. … She has it. She should upload the video.’
Superstar: The 29-year-old Puerto Rican musician discussed personal experiences, famous acquaintances, and viral moments, including a time when he appeared to throw a fan’s phone
Tough guy: The multi-talented Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, known professionally as Bad Bunny, is a rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, and occasional professional wrestler
The performer gestures before performing in a WWE Backlash 2023 match against his wrestling opponent Damian Priest – pictured in San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 6
He acts too: The rapper was featured alongside Brad Pit in Bullet Train during an explosive fight scene over a briefcase
He also discussed his new collaboration with Travis Scott, saying, ‘We worked on that a while back — and I think Travis has been working on his project for a minute.’
He explained that he has no plans for his next solo release but has been thinking about what he wants to do next.
‘I spend so much time thinking about what I’m going to do next, thinking and creating, imagining things. I already know where I’m going,’ he said.
Bad Bunny will next appear on stage next month on July 29th in Baltimore, Maryland. The Bullet Train actor will also portray Gael García Bernal’s onscreen love interest in Roger Ross Williams’ critically-acclaimed lucha libre wrestling biopic Cassandro, which streams on Amazon later this year.
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