We are willing to forgive the fact that Bad Bunny leaves the toilet seat up.
In a recent, jaw-dropping photo series posted to his Instagram, the Grammy award-winning Puerto Rican rapper showed off his chiseled abdominal muscles while wearing a black, loose-fitting, long-sleeve crop top. He also had on black, low-rise jeans, a black backwards hat, two gold chains, a gold pinky ring, black sunglasses with gold accents, and a bright orange case around his iPhone.
Everything about the photo was chic -- minus the toilet.
The second frame was a closeup shot of the 27-year-old musician's mirror pic, the third was a blurry image of his face in what looked to be a club (in Miami, per his location tag) and the fourth was a picture of a rake in the front seat of someone's car. Casual. The photos were captioned, "fotos de anoche," meaning, "photos from last night."
It's possible Bad Bunny was out celebrating his recent WrestleMania appearance, or his tour announcement, or both!
Real name Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Bad Bunny hit the ring on Saturday at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, and delivered one of the most memorable performances of any non-professional wrestler in recent history. Perhaps those chiseled abs are a sign of his dedication to training? Joined by Damien Priest, the two Boricuas were matched up against The Miz and John Morrison, and they absolutely crushed it!
Unlike what diehard WWE fans expected, Bad Bunny actually did most of the heavy lifting on his team and executed all the difficult moves at an impressive level. Suffice to say, he blew the crowd away – and made Hispanic people everywhere incredibly proud.
The following day, wresting legend Triple H announced the rapper's next arena tour, which will begin in February of 2022. "You did amazing at WrestleMania, but now, it's time for you to do what you do," the WWE star said in the announcement video.
During the El Último Tour del Mundo 2022, Bad Bunny will visit 25 North American cities beginning in Colorado at Denver's Ball Arena.
His previous show – X100PRE Tour – was one of the biggest live tours of 2019, breaking attendance records at arenas worldwide. The tour wrapped with 48 fully sold-out shows around the United States, Latin America, and Europe – including at the Coachella and Lollapalooza festivals, before concerts came to a startling halt due to the pandemic.
In November of last year, the singer was expected to perform his hit song, Dákiti, during the American Music Awards but canceled at the last minute due to a positive coronavirus test.