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Bad Bunny Opens Up About His Sexuality: 'It Does Not Define Me'

Bad Bunny Opens Up About His Sexuality: 'It Does Not Define Me'

Bad Bunny Opens Up About His Sexuality: 'It Does Not Define Me'

The singer goes on the record about sexual fluidity and is showing the world what it really means to be an LGBTQ+ ally.


Fresh off of his recent viral performance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Puerto Rican singer and passionate LGBTQ+ ally Bad Bunny is going on the record and opening about his sexuality.

In a new interview with the Los Angeles Times, the "I Like It" singer expressed how he doesn't want his sexuality to be a defining factor in his life, and how he, like many others, views it as something fluid.

"It does not define me," he said about his sexuality and what the future may hold for him in terms of attraction. "At the end of the day, I don’t know if in 20 years I will like a man. One never knows in life. But at the moment I am heterosexual and I like women."

The 25-year-old made headlines late last week when he made a big, pro-LGBTQ+ statement during an appearance on The Tonight Show.

During the performance of his song "Ignorantes," Bad Bunny (who was also wearing a skirt) opened up his blazer to reveal a shirt that reads, "Mataron a Alexa, no a un hombre con falda," which in Spanich translates to, "They killed Alexa, not a man in a skirt."He explicitly called out how the Puerto Rican media misgendered Neulisa Alexa Luciano Ruiz (a homeless 29-year-old black trans woman who was recently murdered after being harassed by a group of men) with various news and police reports incorrectly labeling her "a man dressed in a black skirt." 

With this new insight into his own sexuality, as well as his passion for activism, Bad Bunny is quickly becoming the perfect example of the kind of ally the global LGBTQ+ community needs right now. 

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