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Here’s Proof That J Balvin And Bad Bunny Are The Type Of Friends Who Wouldn’t Get Any Work Done If They Got Paired For A School Project

From acting like complete fools together, to making fun of each other and hyping each other up in public, J Balvin and Bad Bunny are the prime definition of BFF goals. Thanks to the Latin trap and reggaeton music industry, these two artists met and collaborated on music such as “Dime,” “Si Tu Novio Te Deja Sola,” and most recently “I Like It” featuring Cardi B.

In addition to the chemistry you see between these two in music videos, here are other snippets from their social media accounts that prove how real their friendship is:

Just like real BFFs, these two are always joking around when they’re together.

These two act like two best friends when they get paired to work on a project together but never get any work done because they can’t stop fooling around.

Also like true BFFs, these two are not afraid to make fun of each other.

LOL. That’s exactly how Bad Bunny sounds though!

When they’re out dancing, they hype each other up.

I’m that friend that hypes everyone else up at the club. ??‍♀️

And sometimes they make the most pointless videos together, just for fun.

Love how he calls him by his actual name Benito.

On their birthdays, they both post something sweet on their Instagram accounts.

CREDIT: @jbalvin / @badbunnypr / Instagram

Awwww, so cute!

Every now and then you’ll also see a warmhearted appreciation post about one another.

魔法少年たち ? || Gracias por todo siempre @jbalvin ???®

A post shared by ?BAD | BUNNY (@badbunnypr) on

How sweet.?

When they’re out looking fresh, there’s no doubt these two will pose for a picture together.

El buen ? @badbunnypr #Vibras @complexcon

A post shared by J Balvin (@jbalvin) on

Gotta post it on Instagram or else it didn’t happen, right?

And sometimes, they even make the same exact facial expression.

Un oso polar en Miami y un minion ??? #GrillGang A polar bear in Miami

A post shared by J Balvin (@jbalvin) on

Can’t wait to see how much more their friendship grows. ? And along with that, maybe more music collaborations. ??


READ: Beyonce And J Balvin Have Released A Song To Help Mexicans Affected By The Earthquake

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Foul-Mouthed Karen Yells At People To Stop Playing Bad Bunny And Play ‘American’ Music Instead

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Foul-Mouthed Karen Yells At People To Stop Playing Bad Bunny And Play ‘American’ Music Instead

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Puerto Rico is part of the United States. Puerto Ricans are American citizens (without the right to vote). Music made in Puerto Rico would then be considered American music since it is part of the U.S. However, one Karen in Wisconsin just doesn’t understand that and had a complete meltdown.

A very angry white woman went on an expletive-filled rant against people barbecuing in the park because of their music.

My first Karen was today. Todo por que no le gusta la musica que escuchamos 😂 #KarenWantTalkToTheManager Stop Being Racist. To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email licensing@storyful.com

Posted by Ramon Luis Cancel on Wednesday, May 20, 2020

A woman made a point recently to verbally attack a Puerto Rican family while barbecuing in a park. What did they do to offend the woman? They were playing Bad Bunny. The woman, who has not been identified, called on the group to play American music because they are in America.

“You are so fucking disrespectful,” the Wisconsin Karen told the group when they called her disrespectful. “Puerto Ricans. Fuck all this.”

During her rant, the group turns on Bad Bunny’s “Safaera” and continued to argue with her.

“Safaera” is one of Bad Bunny’s most popular songs. It would be pretty hard to convince people that this song is something that should be turned off. Like, Why can’t people just enjoy their time out and about without having to get into a racist, xenophobic argument?

Some Puerto Ricans on Twitter made sure to remind her how lucky she is to be in Wisconsin.

This isn’t the first time someone was verbally harassed in a park for showing their Puerto Rican heritage. One man was charged with a hate crime after trying to attack a woman in Chicago who was wearing a shirt with a Puerto Rican flag on it. It is a true testament to their resolve that the Puerto Rican family being yelled at were able to stay calm and level-headed. Granted, they did argue back but it seems they were provoked.

It seems the woman needs a basic civics lesson on how Puerto Ricans are Americans.

A poll conducted by Morning Consult found that half of Americans do not know that Puerto Ricans are U.S. citizens. The confusion has been exacerbated by President Trump during the early stages of Hurricane Maria recovery. The Trump administration has been criticized for its treatment of Puerto Rico.

People commented on the Facebook video about how else the situation could have been handled.

Credit: Ramon Luis Cancel / Facebook

If she wants to hear American music, then let her hear American music. Crank that volume all the way up and let her hear the true range of American music. There’s nothing better than educating someone when they let their ignorance be known.

One person is just feeling bad for the man clearly trying to get the confrontational woman moving.

Credit: Ramon Luis Cancel / Facebook

He really just wants to keep it moving. It is almost like he realized before she did that being on camera saying racist things is not a good look in the time of social media and doxxing.

Smartphones have changed the way we live by giving us a chance to capture moments like this and broadcast them to the world. Social media serves as a way to really make the most out of the public shaming.

READ: Felony Hate Crime Charges Have Been Filed Against The Man Who Harassed A Woman For Wearing A Puerto Rico Flag Shirt

Kids Really Do Say The Darndest Things: Watch This Group Of School Kids Interview J Balvin

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Kids Really Do Say The Darndest Things: Watch This Group Of School Kids Interview J Balvin

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There are few things more pure than a bunch of school kids meeting their idol – especially when that idol happens to be una leyenda like J Balvin. Someone who I too would totally fan girl over. But some kids know how to play it a lot cooler than I ever could.

In an interview with Noisey, J Balvin meets a group of Mexican school kids who pretty much give him the fifth degree, but in the best way possible.

J Balvin sat down for a one to like twenty when he was recently in Mexico – and the results are everything.

In the interview, the kids grill Balvin on everything from his love life to the inspiration behind his latest album, Colores. And honestly, these kids are better interviewers than me on a good day.

My favorite part comes at the start of the video when one kid wants to know why J Balvin writes music with curse words but makes Bad Bunny sing them instead. Unfortunately, it’s a question we don’t actually get an answer to.

Some of these kids offer up some really great questions.

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Like, does J Balvin have a novia? Unfortunately, that too is a question we don’t get a clear answer to. However, J Balvin does tease us a bit saying that he’s “in negotiations.”

At times, J Balvin hits back with his own questions and the kids responses are just wayyyyy too cute.

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Shortly after Balvin is asked if he has a girlfriend, he pops the question back to his audience – of like 8-year-olds – if any of them have significant others. Many of the girls answer saying no, that they’re too young. Meanwhile, a few boys say they’re incapable of having girlfriends because they’re saints and J Balvin has a good laugh.

Check out the full video here and do you best not to smile from ear to ear!