Bad Bunny Seemingly References Kendall Jenner, Disses Her Ex Devin Booker on a New Song (& Devin Might Have Replied!)
It looks like Bad Bunny might be alluding to his rumored romance with Kendall Jenner on his latest musical release.
The 29-year-old hitmaker teamed up with Eladio Carrion on a song called “Coco Chanel,” and it appears that there are at least two references to the 27-year-old model. One of them even seems to be throwing shade at her most recent ex Devin Booker.
Some fans even think that Devin has responded, setting the duo up for a bit of a feud.
Read more about Bad Bunny’s apparently shady line about Devin Booker and his possible response…
Bad Bunny performs in Spanish on the track. However, a translation of one line compares the temperature in Puerto Rico (where the musician is from) to Phoenix (where Devin plays basketball in the NBA).
“The sun in Puerto Rico heats up more than the one in Phoenix,” he declares on the track.
Another line on the track refers to Scorpio women being “dangerous.” Of course, that’s Kendall‘s sign, which just seems to emphasize that the song is about their relationship.
The U.S. Sun noted that Devin was aware of the rumored meaning of the song and was not impressed by it. He reportedly took to the comments section of a post on Instagram to diss Bad Bunny.
“He’s worried about another MAN again,” he wrote.
Devin already unfollowed Kendall on Instagram amid the rumors.
If Kendall and Bad Bunny‘s relationship rumors are new to you, they started circulating online in February. Since then, they’ve been spotted hanging out.
A source revealed what Kendall sees in Bad Bunny and another shared how the rest of her family feels about him.
Press play on “Coco Chanel” below to give the track a listen…