On the screens you could read: “Benito could do As it was, but Harry could never do The Blackout,” the tweet said.
Bad Bunny is once again in the eye of the hurricane, after finishing his presentation on the first day of the Coachella festival, the singer projected a controversial message for Harry Styles, for which the Puerto Rican received various criticisms on social networks.
The Coachella 2023 festival closed on its first day with the Puerto Rican reggaeton star Bad Bunny, who is the first Latino and Spanish-speaking musician to lead the renowned festival, which takes place over two consecutive weekends.
In his presentation, the reggaeton singer performed songs such as Vete, Tití me pregunta and Yo perreo sola before thousands of enthusiastic spectators, amid fireworks.
However, at the end of his presentation, the reggaeton icon projected a message for Harry Styles, which generated much criticism on social networks.
Hundreds of people, mainly fans of Harry Styles, spoke out against the Puerto Rican for the message. The interpreter of “Me porto bonito” became a trend, due to hints, towards the British.
At the end of the show, the Puerto Rican projected a message on the concert screens alluding to fellow singer Harry Styles.
On the screens you could read:
“Benito could do As it was, but Harry could never do The blackout,” said the tweet that someone captured and shared on social networks.