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This Photo Has People Freaking Out Over Bad Bunny And Winnie The Pooh And We Get It

In typical Twitter fashion, a long lost photo has recently resurfaced and Latino Twitter is making it go viral.

The photo in question is one of Winnie the Pooh, yes the actual Winnie the Pooh, from Walt Disney World in 1988.

One user uploaded the photo to Twitter saying she had questions about this version of Winnie the Pooh, and Latino Twitter was ready with the answers.

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Some, ok a lot, of people are completely shook by the resemblance between Winnie the Pooh circa 1988 and Bad Bunny circa now.

Like the resemblance is definitely there.

The “Solo de Mi” singer is definitely channeling some serious Winnie the Pooh vibes with his fashion-forward style. There’s no arguing with that.

And just like that conspiracy theories were born.

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A Bad Bunny and Winnie the Pooh love child? Stranger things have happened…

People are wondering whether Bad Bunny is really good at channeling the past or was Winnie the Pooh a next-level trendsetter.

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Well according to most on Twitter, Winnie the Pooh was just really ahead of his time. And we are are here for it.

Many pointed out that the sunglasses are the real reason behind the twinning.

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Bad Bunny is known for his love of the 90’s style shades so it’s no surprise that he would share some fashion sense with a Winnie the Pooh from 1988.

This is everything.

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Please tell me that this is Bad Bunny’s next collab!

Some were starting to catch feelings for Winnie the Pooh after the photo surfaced.

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This is something I never saw coming. Like I didn’t know one day I would have feelings, those kinds of feelings, for a bear named Winnie the Pooh.

Thanks for that, Bad Bunny!

For some, the photo obviously only showed Bad Bunny.

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Winnie the Pooh, who?

Though not everybody is on-board with the comparison.

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Some on Twitter were quick to point out Winnie the Pooh was repping this style long before Bad Bunny was even born.

Whatever the verdict, it’s safe to say Latino Twitter has answered the question.

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