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Here's What Bad Bunny Had To Say About Recent Kisses With Men

Here's What Bad Bunny Had To Say About Recent Kisses With Men

Bad Bunny

Bad Bunny does what he wants!


Bad Bunny is front and center on the latest issue of Time Magazine for the first all-Spanish cover ever.

"The world of Bad Bunny," the headline roughly translates to. "I'm not going to do anything else to make you like it."

Following his recent appearances in Narcos: Mexico and Bullet Train, Bad Bunny is set to appear opposite Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal in the upcoming film Cassandro, and shots from the movie that show the two stars kissing have already leaked online.

“My first kiss for a movie and it was with a man,” Bunny laughed about the scene. “That’s the penalty I get for being with so many women during my life.”

Bad Bunny took the job seriously, Time reports. “If you’re acting, you’re being someone you’re not. So when they asked me for that, I said, ‘Yes, I’m here for whatever you want.’ I think it was very cool; I didn’t feel uncomfortable.”

Bunny is no stranger to locking lips with guys. Though he does not publicly identify as queer, he has said that his heterosexuality does not define him and Bunny is comfortable in his masculinity and sexuality to challenge societal norms in music and fashion.

And, in his own words, he does what he wants.

At the 2022 VMAs, Bad Bunny made out with a male backup dancer on stage during his performance of “Tití Me Preguntó.” He also performed in drag in the music video for "Yo Perreo Sola", called attention to the murder of a trans woman in Puerto Rico in a 2020 performance on The Tonight Show, and later this afternoon, he will accept GLAAD’s Vanguard Award for his LGBTQ allyship.

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