He then went into self-quarantine in Puerto Rico, following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention safety guidelines to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.
For the past two months, fans have discovered a new side of Bad Bunny. See seven of his surprising moments during quarantine below:
He blessed fans with his funny personality
On his fifth day of the quarantine, Bad Bunny flaunted his funny personality but showing off the different ways he’s keeping busy. In a one-minute clip, he’s seen dancing to rancheras, playing the ukulele and dancing with his girlfriend.
He stripped down to get a complete tan
Bunny shared some scandalous photos with the world, showing his more than 26 million Instagram followers how he’s using the time to get a full tan in his backyard. “You can grab some sun from your house,” he wrote in a post from March 20.
He released the music video for “Yo Perreo Sola”
In the midst of quarantine, the Latin Grammy winner dropped the empowering music video for “Yo Perreo Sola,” in which he is dressed in full drag, advocating for sexual diversity, women’s rights, and the LGBTQ community. In the clip, co-directed by Stillz and Benito himself, the Puerto Rican singer is joined by a group of women who are dancing freely to the song. “If she doesn’t want to dance with you, respect her, she twerks alone,” reads the empowering PSA message at the end.
He made his relationship “Instagram official”
After keeping his relationship under wraps, Bad Bunny made it “Instagram official” during quarantine, showing off his girlfriend Gabriela Berlingeri on many videos, photos and IG stories. The couple is currently quarantining together in Puerto Rico.
He released a Coronavirus-inspired song
The Puerto Rican singer dropped a Coronavirus-inspired song called “En Casita.” In the improvised trap song, which was recorded on his iPhone and uploaded to Soundcloud, Bunny penned all of his feelings during the quarantine. “I don’t want to die and I also don’t want to break the law / but being stuck here until May 16 really sucks,” he sings, elaborating in the song that he misses autotune, he had to cancel his concerts, and that he wants to see his loved ones but he can’t because of curfew. Towards the ending of the song, Bunny’s girlfriend joins in on the infectious hook, where the two sing: “when the quarantine passes, you owe me sex.”
He offered a fan $5,000 on Twitter
Houston-based artist Cynthia Coronado painted a photo of Bunny in quarantine, recreating the pic where he’s wearing nothing but heart-rimmed sunglasses and catching some rays. Coronado tweeted: “Finally finished my painting! I hope y’all like and hopefully, he gets to see it!” She also tagged the artist in hopes he would see and like it. A couple of hours later, Bunny not only retweeted but offered to buy her masterpiece. “I want it. I’ll give you $5,000 for it. Yes?” he asked, to which Coronado replied: “Just let me know!”
He hosted a three-hour Instagram Live
Bad Bunny surprised his fans over the weekend with an epic Instagram Live that took place at 9:00 p.m. ET on Saturday (May 2). “I will be thanking you personally before the world ends and listening to the album YHLQMDLG] really drunk with you,” the Puerto Rican artist announced on his feed moments before. He also promised to share new music that “hasn’t come out and perhaps never will.” Bunny’s IG Live lasted more than three-hours long with over 250K viewers connected at all times. At one point, his Live reached 320K viewers, beating out Drake and Tory Lanez.