Bad Bunny Talks Activism, New Album & How He Got His Name: Watch!

Bad Bunny Talks Activism, New Album & How He Got His Name: Watch!
Terrible Bunny is on most sensible rated of our environment (and rightfully so)!

The Latin superstar, who’s nominated for a whopping 14 2020 Billboard Latin Audio Awards, stopped by means of E!’s Day-to-day Pop Monday to speak about his new album, activism and so considerably further.

“I come to feel so fantastic, I sense incredible. I am so delighted,” the “Ignorantes” singer instructed Justin Sylvester and Erin Lim. “I imagine that I am in the happiest instant of my job. So I am enjoying the system.”

The crooner, born Benito Martínez Ocasio, exposed the lovable starting place story of his segment determine with evidence from an lovely formative years . “Lousy Bunny, that title comes from a photo when I was a kid. I believe that I was 6 many years outdated,” he dished prematurely of showing a valuable percent of himself in a white bunny gown. “I was so mad. That was Easter working day in the college and the trainer picked me to gown up.”

Poor Bunny additionally spread out about his newest Tonight Exhibit normal efficiency through which he commemorated Alexa Negrón Luciano, a transgender lady who was once killed in his family of Puerto Rico.

“In the moment I felt that I needed to say some thing about it and I did it. It is really about…from my coronary heart,” he described, together with that it’s in point of fact generally “so vital” to unfold consciousness about problems going down in Puerto Rico.

As for his just-released album YHLQMDLG, Undesirable Bunny dished, “It can be a joyful album to dance and to have fun.”

When he quizzed Erin and Justin concerning the this implies of his album name, Justin stunned the singer with the proper answer translated from Spanish to English: “I can do regardless of what I want.”

“It’s how I truly feel proper now in my everyday living, in my tunes, that I can do whatever I want,” he further. “You can do what ever you want.”

View Each day Pop weekdays on E! at 12 p.m.!

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