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This Bad Bunny Fan Received The Surprise Of Her Life When El Conejo Malo Offered To Buy Her Artwork Of Him

Bad Bunny is one performer who always surprises us. He has given us gender-bending looks, LGBTQ+ inclusive music videos, and flaunted his stuff in drag. During the COVID-19 lockdowns, the legendary Latin trap star continues to deliver sweet and compelling moments to the masses.

Artist Cynthia Coronado used some of her quarantine time to create some masterful art.

The quarantine is giving people a lot of time to work on their own crafts. Some people are cooking more while others are learning how to bake. Some people are stick to what they already do but are really fine-tuning and elevating their crafts. Coronado did just that with this Bad Bunny masterpiece.

Coronado even offered up a little look into her process in a timelapse video.

The video offers a glimpse into the work and patience it takes to create a piece of art that impressive. The amount of time it takes to make this painting is impressive and makes artists worthy of all of the praise they receive for their work.

Don’t worry. Bad Bunny saw it and gave her an offer for the piece.

Look at Bad Bunny doing something for a fan that he really didn’t have to do. We love to see it. It seems like the trapero is always there to make his fans feel special. It is a look that will only serve to make him a more beloved star in the Latino community.

The attention from Bad Bunny helped to catapult the young artist into the consciousness of several Bad Bunny fans.

Coronado got so many requests for the art that she started her own website to showcase and sell more of her work. She even got prints made of her Bad Bunny piece to sell online to fans who wanted a piece of the iconic work.

Coronado’s first batch of 150 Bad Bunny prints sold out very quickly.

Don’t worry. Coronado is so excited about the unexpected interest in her art that she has ordered more prints. This means there is still a chance for people to get their hands on one of her wonderful Bad Bunny prints. This kind of cuarentena hustle is goals af.

People started to flood Bad Bunny’s tweet with their own fanart.

It isn’t every day that you see celebrities reaching out to fans to buy up their art. Someone as big as Bad Bunny buying up an artist’s work and publicly acknowledging it is an incredible moment for them. It is just one of the many reasons so many people love and support Bad Bunny.

Meanwhile, some people know their limits so they’re just trying to get San Benito’s attention.

To be fair, art is subjective so your stick figure drawing might deserve a place in an international art museum so keep on going for it. Ponte las pilas and create something magical while in quarantine. Or don’t. Just do whatever you need to at this moment.

READ: Bad Bunny’s ‘En Casita’ Is The Self-Isolation Anthem You Didn’t Realize You Needed

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Urban Divas United Highlights: Ivy Queen’s Throwbacks, Nesi Perrea Sola And More

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Urban Divas United Highlights: Ivy Queen’s Throwbacks, Nesi Perrea Sola And More

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Over the weekend, the Urban Divas United concert was streamed online. Puerto Rican icon Ivy Queen led an impressive lineup of women that included rising stars like Chesca and Mariah Angeliq. Nesi from Bad Bunny’s “Yo Perreo Sola” also appeared.

Ivy Queen’s “Yo Quiero Bailar” live was everything.

The queen of reggaeton music, Ivy Queen, was the headliner of the night. This was her first time performing since singing with Gloria Trevi at Premio Lo Nuestro in February. Ivy queen came through with the classics like “Yo Quiero Bailar.”

Ivy also performed with the other women in the show.

In the spirit of camaraderie among the women, Ivy Queen also performed live duets. A standout was Ivy Queen’s performance of her bachatón hit “Te He Querido Te He Llorado” with Goyo of ChocQuibTown, Nesi, and Chesca. Ivy Queen also teamed up with Spanish pop star Natalia Jiménez for her powerful ballad “La Vida Es Así.”

Puerto Rican singer Chesca performed her latest single “Como Tú (Dirty).”

Her collaborator De La Ghetto appeared from a video on the ground as she was dancing. Mariah Angeliq, who featured on recent albums by Karol G and Ovi, also took to the stage. She performed her breakthrough hit “Perreito.”  

You can watch the whole show below.

Nesi, who wrote and sings on Bad Bunny’s hit from his YHLQMDLG album, performed the perreo-de-résistance alone. Other performers of the night included La Duraca, Corina Smith, Nohemy, and Snow Tha Product. Urban Divas United was presented by Neutrogena in collaboration with Conciencia Collective.

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Bad Bunny Defeats The Miz, Announces U.S. Tour Dates at WWE Wrestlemania

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Bad Bunny Defeats The Miz, Announces U.S. Tour Dates at WWE Wrestlemania

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Bad Bunny made all his dreams come true this weekend at Wrestlemania. The Puerto Rican superstar defeated his WWE rival The Miz and announced a U.S. tour.

Bad Bunny and The Miz finally faced off in the ring.

Bad Bunny made his Wrestlemania debut on Saturday night. After the past few months of a growing rivalry with Mike “The Miz” Mizanin, the two took it to the ring in a main event match. Benito walked out to his song “Booker T,” an homage to the WWE legend. It was exciting to hear the announcer say, “From Vega Baja, Puerto Rico: Bad Bunny!” Benito teamed up with Damien Priest against The Miz and John Morrison. After a few high-flying moves, the Boricua duo emerged victorious.

Like many wrestling fans, The Miz was impressed by Bad Bunny’s Wrestlemania debut.

The WWE caught up with The Miz and Morrison after their defeat. The Miz echoed much of the WWE fandom’s thoughts that night after seeing Bad Bunny commit to his performance in the ring. “I can’t believe I’m actually going to say this, but he gained my respect,” The Miz said. Morrison made a bad pun after saying there was a “luck factor” involved because “rabbits are lucky.”

Triple H helped Bad Bunny announce his 2022 U.S. tour.

During night two of Wrestlemania, Bad Bunny dropped his surprise announcement of his 2022 U.S. Tour. In the clip, WWE legend Triple H thanks Benito for his “amazing” job at Wrestlemania and then passes him a suitcase. While sitting on top of his El Último Tour Del Mundo big rig, Bad Bunny finds a microphone inside of the suitcase.

Bad Bunny’s U.S. Tour will kick off on Feb. 9 in Denver. From dates revealed so far, the tour will run until April 2022. The tickets go on-sale on Friday, April 16, at 12PM local time.

Bad Bunny 2022 U.S. Tour Dates:

2/9 Denver CO – Ball Arena
2/11 El Paso, TX – Utep Don Haskins Center
2/13 Hidalgo, TX – Payne Arena
2/16 Houston, TX – Toyota Center
2/18 Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center
2/23 San Diego, CA – Pechanga Arena
2/24 Los Angeles, CA – Staples Center
2/25 Inglewood, CA – The Forum
2/28 Portland, OR – Moda Center
3/1 Seattle, WA – Climate Pledge Arena
3/3 San Jose, CA – SAP Center
3/5 Las Vegas, NV – MGM Grand Garden Arena
3/6 Phoenix, AZ – Phoenix Suns Arena
3/10 Rosemont, IL – Allstate Arena
3/14 Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena
3/16 Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center
3/18 Newark, NJ – Prudential Center
3/19 Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center
3/22 Boston, MA – TD Garden
3/23 Montreal, QC – Bell Center
3/25 Washington, DC – Capital One Arena
3/26 Charlotte, NJ – Spectrum Center
3/27 Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena
3/29 Orlando, FL – Amway Center
4/1 Miami, FL – American Airlines Arena

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