After Bad Bunny appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine in the middle of the coronavirus quarantine , with which he made history by becoming the first Latin singer of the urban genre to star on the cover of the mythical magazine, the interpreter disappeared from social networks.
Now, the reggaetonero made his debut in Playboy and will appear this Tuesday in the new edition of the magazine, as announced by the publication on his social networks with the first photos of the Puerto Rican artist.
The magazine shared three photos of the reggaetonero as a preview for its fans. "Who is that bunny?", Can be read in the first photograph in which the interpreter of "Yo Perreo Sola" appears.
In the first shared postcard, which in a few hours exceeded 59,000 likes , you can see part of the singer's face where you can see his eye and glasses that bear the mark of the icon for the adult magazine, as well as a earring on the left side of his nose.
The scoop unleashed the euphoria of the fans, who wrote in the comments that it was their idol, "The bad rabbit."
A second image shows Bad Bunny with her characteristic decorated nails, while clutching her lips and showing her upper lip with small embedded bunny figures. The celebrity also wears a ring earring in the lower area of his nose.
"Happy rabbit, sad rabbit. Good rabbit ... Guess who's coming to Playboy ?!" the magazine announced.
In the third and last postcard, Bad Bunny's right eye appears and on the eyelid above his long black eyelashes, you can see colored figures of the same Playboy bunnies, in pink, blue and orange.
"Who is that bunny? Find out on 7/7", details the text of this last photo in which the magazine announces that tomorrow it will announce the details of the appearance of Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio in the publication.
It was in May that the artist left the networks and nothing was heard from him until June 12 that Time magazine published an interview where Bad Bunny apologized for his silence.
At that time, the cruel murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer sparked a series of protests in the United States that fueled racial justice movements around the world.
The protests were joined by many celebrities who raised their voices and took to the streets, however, Bad Bunny was conspicuous by his absence on social media.
After what happened, finally, the 26-year-old artist broke the silence and spoke in support of the Black Lives Matter movement .
In a heartwarming statement titled "Forgive Me" posted on TIME , the singer asked his fans to apologize for not speaking earlier.
"Excuse my silence, but I can't even believe this will continue to happen. Maybe it's because I've always seen people's hearts and, at home, they always taught me that we are all the same regardless of race, religion and last name. , that we are all brothers, sisters, "he said.
"I swear that I don't feel well, and I don't think I can express myself properly," added the artist in the lyrical statement.
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