After the new couple was seen on multiple dates, fans were shocked to learn about Kendall Jenner and Bad Bunny’s budding relationship. They seem to be getting serious and showing fans it’s not a fling after Bad Bunny dissed Jenner’s basketball-star ex Devin Booker on a feature for a new track, “Coco Chanel.” 

The new song by Eladio Carrión features an appearance from the Puerto Rican singer as he disses the NBA player’s current team, the Phoenix Suns. 


“Yo no soy malo, nah, bebé, eso e’ un gimmick / Pero el sol de PR calienta má’ que el de Phoenix / Ella lo sabe,” Bunny says, which translates to, “I’m not bad, baby that’s a gimmick / But the sun in Puerto Rico is hotter than in Phoenix / She knows it.”


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Elsewhere in the song, Bunny raps “las de escorpio son peligro,” which translates to “Scorpio women are dangerous.” Jenner, a Scorpio, was born on November 3, 1995.

While Bad Bunny did not directly call out Booker, many fans believe that his verse is an allusion to his feelings about Booker and Jenner, who ended their relationship in November 2022 after more than two years together. 

Benito and Jenner have continued to spend more time together.

In February, Jenner and Bunny were spotted leaving the same Los Angeles restaurant after a reported double date with Hailey and Justin Bieber.

Booker seemed to agree with fans that the feature was about him. After the song dropped he took to Instagram to comment in response to his lyrics, saying, “He worried about another MAN again.”

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