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His Name Might Be Bad Bunny, But These Pictures And Videos Are Proof That He’s Actually A Sweetheart

If you’re a fan of Latin trap and reggaeton music, you might recognize Bad Bunny’s deep voice in songs like “Sensualidad” and “Mayores.” While he may appear very serious and tough in his music videos, surrounded by expensive cars, money and women, he’s actually a total sweetheart. And we have some cute pictures and videos of him to prove it. If you follow the musician on social media, then you know that he has no problem dropping throwback pictures. Here are some of the best.

Here’s a picture of Bad Bunny in his blue-striped overalls and curly hair that will immediately make you want to say, “Awwww.” ?

SO. CUTE.

But if Bad Bunny in overalls isn’t cute enough, here he is accompanied by a little puppy.

His curly hair is so adorable.

Just like any other kid who grew up without iPhones and iPads, Bad Bunny had his fun with crayons and coloring books.

Still can’t get over his precious curly hair. And that smile makes my heart melt.

But if it wasn’t crayons and coloring books Bad Bunny was having fun with, then it was this classic toy car.

Who didn’t love rolling around in this thing?

This cuteness overload then carried on through Bad Bunny’s elementary school years.

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This was the stage of childhood crushes and overly dramatic heart breaks.

Here’s Bad Bunny in his high school days with a bit of added swag.

This is young Bad Bunny in the making. ?

And as he got older, that swag only increased.

Those sunglasses and Ecko Unltd t-shirt are ultimate swag.

But no matter how tough Bad Bunny may try to pose in any photo, deep down he’s a total sweetheart – just like you can see in this video:

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OMG my heart. ?

In addition to being a sweetheart with kids, he’s also very kind with the elderly.

This is so damn cute.

No matter how many years go by, some things just never change.

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Same old Bad Bunny.

From childhood Benito to Latin trap Bad Bunny, he retains the same goofy and sweet personality, and there’s no hiding it.

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Obsessed with these side by side photo transformations. Bad Bunny ain’t so bad after all. ?


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J Lo’s Famous Green Dress Has Made A Comeback In Versace’s Spring/Summer 2020 Campaign

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J Lo’s Famous Green Dress Has Made A Comeback In Versace’s Spring/Summer 2020 Campaign

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While some younger folks may not remember Jenny from the Block, EVERYONE knows who J Lo is. An iconic, impactful, and inspiring presence in Hollywood since the 1990s, Jennifer Lopez continues to blow our minds as an incredibly talented actress and performer (Have you seen Hustlers yet? Hot damn.). And in case she doesn’t impress you enough with her tireless schedule and extensive resume, have you ever laid eyes on this woman? It’s become almost cliché, but J Lo truly seems to defy the process of aging—if anything, she is actually becoming more gorgeous over time. J Lo just turned 50, and in addition to wowing us with her grace, authenticity, and talent, she is a living example of how nutrition and exercise can really work wonders on a person—OR, let’s face it, she might just a mystical creature who is totally untouched by the laws of biology. Quién sabe.

With all this in mind, it may come as a shock that J Lo—though she certainly knows she’s a queen—hasn’t always been convinced of her ability to kick life’s booty as an independent woman. In a recent interview with The New York Times Magazine, J Lo spoke about her role in Hustlers, saying, “I’ve always been so much a romantic, so much about having a relationship, and this woman is the total opposite. And to play that, to live in those shoes, to walk in those very high heels, in that skin, made me realize I’m out here on my own.”

“That’s what I need to teach my daughter,” she added. “That aspect of it: that you can do it on your own.”

And when you examine J Lo’s career, she has truly done so much, visibly growing and evolving as an artist since her breakout role in the 1997 Selena biopic.

Several folks may not know that amid all of J Lo’s hot bops and cinematic hits, she also pioneered Google Images . . . well, kind of. She didn’t so much as “pioneer” Google Images as inspire its creation back in 2000. And why, you might ask, was J Lo the reason for this now-ubiquitous tool, a tool utilized on a literally constant basis to search all kinds of random content?

Oh, we’ll tell you why. You might remember a dress—a green dress, with long sleeves, a plunging neckline, and sheer jungle-print fabric that trailed all the way to the floor. An exotic dress. A Versace dress. This exotic Versace dress:

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Jennifer Lopez wore this dress to the 42nd Annual Grammy Awards in 2000, and people were SHOOK. They took to the internet, hoping to find photos of this groundbreaking moment in fashion, but they fell short—at the time, Google only loaded text-based search results. And while it took some time for Google Images to come about after this frenzy, J Lo is credited as the impetus for its existence.

In 2015, former Google CEO and executive chairman Eric Schmidt wrote on Project Syndicate, “People wanted more than just text. This first became apparent after the 2000 Grammy Awards, where Jennifer Lopez wore a green dress that, well, caught the world’s attention. At the time, it was the most popular search query we had ever seen. But we had no surefire way of getting users exactly what they wanted: J­Lo wearing that dress. Google Image Search was born.”

And the Google Image search for the green dress has persisted over the past 20 years. Cathy Edwards, director of engineering and product for Google Images, told GQ that “people are still doing queries for ‘Jennifer Lopez green dress,’ ‘Jennifer Lopez jungle print dress,’ ‘Jennifer Lopez Grammys dress,’ [that] sort of thing.” And now those searches are probably surging right now, for a couple of reasons.

J Lo appeared in a remixed version of that infamous green dress back in September, when Versace debuted its Spring/Summer 2020 collection at Milan Fashion Week. And recently, she’s appeared in a Versace ad campaign with Kendall Jenner, rocking futuristic digs that “explore the blurring of lines between public and private life in today’s internet society,” according to an Instagram caption.

In a statement about her recent collaboration with Versace, J Lo said, “In terms of my career, the Jungle dress really marked a moment in time. To me, Versace represents empowerment and putting something beautiful out into the world. It’s a dream to collaborate with my friend Donatella again on this gorgeous campaign and to create something new and fresh out of a piece of iconic fashion history. 

Well, we’re excited too, J Lo. Just check the Google Image stats for this new iteration of that classic green dress.

Trapera Cazzu Pretty Much Confirms She Had A Relationship With Bad Bunny In A Super Awkward Interview

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Trapera Cazzu Pretty Much Confirms She Had A Relationship With Bad Bunny In A Super Awkward Interview

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Like any creative industry, the world of trap music is teeming with collaborations both artistic and romantic. Of course, the love story shared by Anuel AA and Karol G has been making headlines since late 2018, but rumors about other possible power pairs are always circulating on the internet. Bad Bunny, one of the biggest names on the Latin trap scene sin duda, has been the center of many romance rumors over the years, with fans wondering about possible relationships with a variety of famos@s (from Spain’s neo-Flamenco cantante Rosalía to Argentian trapera Cazzu).

Although speculation about Big Bunny’s involvement with Cazzu emerged in 2018

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Los veo ya mismo en el Luna Park 🇦🇷

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Following a spicy onstage kiss at Luna Park Stadium in Buenos Aires, Cazzu all but confirmed their hot history in an interview at Cap Cana’s beachfront Paradise Festival in the Dominican Republic. And even if you don’t care about Cazzu and Bad Bunny’s relationship, the interview is worth watching for its abundance of deliciously awkward moments.

Cazzu’s interview was conducted by Eric Tirin of the Alofoke Radio Show.

Throughout the conversation acknowledged Cazzu’s rising fame and talent but also persistently pressed her for information about that iconic kiss with Bad Bunny.

“We pretty much met on stage, because there wasn’t time to meet before the show, [but] it was all really natural … and I don’t really know what happened, it was all very weird, but we practically forgot that there were 8,000 people in front of us,” she said, referring to the kiss. “But yeah . . . We had good energy and . . . we became friends. Good friends.”

Cazzu also went on to discuss their relationship further, insisting that she and Bad Bunny weren’t dating, but that they were friends—and still are—but that there was a different kind of closeness to their relationship. While all of that may be true, she certainly alluded to the fact that the two artists share a meaningful connection, saying that she and Bad Bunny “shared some moments together, in the moments where they were meant to happen, y ya.”

Cazzu then flashed a coy smile suggesting that those moments were definitely special. She also brought the conversation back to music, saying that even though she and Bad Bunny had connected in a significant way, they almost always talked about music, because music was the central force of both of their lives.

Still, Tirin continued to prod Cazzu for more details. “Una intimidad sexual?” he asked, causing the trapera to stop and look at the camera like this:

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And then dismiss the question like this:

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But Cazzu was a good sport throughout the interview, even trying to answer that particularly blatant question before deciding not to bother. Rebounding from that slightly cringy moment, Tirin asked something a bit tamer: whether they ever shared an unforgettable moment, something crazy and fun that they did together. Cazzu shared a story about them sneaking into a closed park for kids in the middle of Buenos Aires, almost getting caught by a guardia and ultimately running away.

And you almost can’t blame Tirin for his insistence—even Cazzu’s story about visiting a children’s park has an air of romance to it (can’t you just imagine it as a scene in a rom com?), and they shared several photos after their famous kiss that seemed to pretty much prove that Cazzu + Bad Bunny = Amor.

But Boricua social media comedian Jorge ‘Molusco’Pabón would disagree—he cited Tirin for simply being oblivious to all the hints Cazzu dropped during the interview, slamming Tirin’s “mierda de preguntas” on IGTV and insisting that Cazzu actually revealed the whole truth with two simple words: “y ya.”

That’s right—Pabón hypothesizes that when Cazzu spoke about the “special moments” she and Bad Bunny shared, all that was left unsaid was actually made obvious through her casual “y ya.” Because, according to Pabón, the whole world knows that this simple statement is a way of insinuating that there is too much happened between them to adequately describe. Or, perhaps, the complicated details of all they shared are not really anyone’s business. Y ya.

Although nothing was confirmed in literal, word-for-word answers, fans of Bad Bunny and Cazzu can definitely use this interview as evidence to speculate on what actually went down between them. (And, if you agree with Pabón, you probably already feel like you have a good sense of all that.) What we do know for sure: Cazzu and Bad Bunny have major creative potential. He hopped on a remix for her song, “Loca,” back in 2018, and perhaps 2020 is the year for another musical collaboration between the two. Ya veremos!