Supermodel and reality TV star Kendall Jenner continue to fuel romance speculations with Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny as the pair spent time together at the Coachella music festival.
Bad Bunny, who was the first Latino artist to headline the festival, covered his face with a bandana as the pair lightly made out.
The “Diles” singer gave festivalgoers a swell time with his performance but was met with an annoying technical glitch as he was about to perform with Post Malone.
Read on for more details.
Kendall Jenner And Bad Bunny Cozy Up At Coachella
Bad Bunny y Kendall Jenner ayer en Coachella. 🏻💖 pic.twitter.com/i7chTlbESx
— Bunny’s Network (@badbunnynetwork) April 18, 2023
The “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star, 27, felt at home in the rapper’s company during the 2023 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Jenner and the “Soy Peor” crooner, 29, snuggled up to each other as Bad Bunny seemingly whispered a mysterious message into her ear sweetly that left her grinning broadly.
The rapper covered his mouth and nose with a bandana as they grooved among festivalgoers with their security details on standby. Jenner and Bad Bunny were also seen walking side by side at the event and leaning in close as they chatted with each other amongst the crowds.
She wore a white top over jeans, accessorizing her look with a black belt, shoulder bag, boots, and sunglasses. Meanwhile, the “Moscow Mule” singer wore a white shirt, pants, checkered bandana, and shades.
Kendall Jenner Supports Bad Bunny During His Headline Performance
According to the Daily Mail, Jenner was a supportive girlfriend when she watched and cheered on the Latino rapper’s headlining performance at the Coachella music festival last Friday.
The 818 Tequila founder was seen wearing a mini denim skirt, a black leather jacket, and high black boots, accompanied by her sister Kylie Jenner and BFF Hailey Bieber.
Jenner was seen in a video, shared by a fan online, dancing to the groove of Bad Bunny’s performance amid a packed-out crowd.
The pair first sparked dating rumors in February when they were photographed on a dinner date with Justin and Hailey Bieber.
They’ve also been spotted together at several public events, including Jay Z and Beyonce’s Oscar afterparty.
Fans Mock Kendall Jenner’s Dance Steps
Fans mocked the model after a TikTok video of her dancing to Bad Bunny’s performance went viral on social media.
The video was captioned, “Kendall Jenner seen dancing during the performance of Bad Bunny at COACHELLA.”
“I don’t think it’s that she’s white ’cause even some white girls have rhythm. It’s just that it’s Kendall rude** Jenner,” a fan wrote. Another noted, “OMFG, she’s like a stone dancing.”
One fan said, “That’s embarrassing. She can’t even dance. Lord, what a disgrace to the Latino community.”
Bad Bunny Makes History At Coachella
Bad Bunny made history by becoming the first Spanish-speaking artist to headline at Coachella. The “YHLQMDLG” singer first performed at the festival in 2019, but at the time, he was only emerging as an artist and had not garnered the amount of fame he has now.
Before he began performing, he notably paused to ask the crowd what language they’d prefer him to speak, English or Spanish, to which festival goers unanimously chose Spanish.
“Latinos have been rompiéndola (killing it) for some time now,” he shared. “I just did a tour last year that I never imagined I’d be able to do. I’ve been out for some time, but I’m back, and it feels cabrón to be here tonight and that you’re all here with me.”
The rapper also took the time to share a heartfelt message with fans, seemingly encouraging them to get to know him better rather than believing everything they read online.
“Humbly speaking, people think they know the lives of famous people, but they don’t,” he noted. “They don’t know what we feel, what we live through. They will never know what a heart can feel.”
He continued, “Don’t believe everything you hear. You won’t get to know the real me through a video on Instagram, an interview, or a TikTok. If you want to get to know me, I invite you to my home.”