Bad Bunny’s reaction after being hit with a cell phone during a concert

Bad Bunny’s reaction after being hit with a cell phone during a concert

bad rabbitwho has been on everyone’s lips lately for his outstanding performance in the movie ‘Bullet Train’, kicked off his ‘World’s Hottest Tour’ of the United States on August 5th.

The Puerto Rican made his debut appearance at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla. and on Monday, August 8, he was at Truist Park in Atlanta. Places the singer has shown why he’s the most listened to Latino in the world.

The ‘Ojitos Lindos’ performer brought his American fans closer to the warmth of his native Puerto Rico’s beaches as he recreated the essence of his album ‘A Summer Without You’ on stage. In fact, in the midst of a very Caribbean atmosphere, the artist “flew” in a palm tree over the audience to sing his song “Un coco”.

As if that wasn’t enough, there were projections of dolphins swimming to the rhythm of “Dakiti”, a song that the more than 65,000 present at his presentations sang “at the top of their lungs”, delighting his followers with around 40 of his hits .

They hit Bad Bunny with a cell phone and this is how he reacted

However, one of the moments that drew attention was when the reggaeton artist took time out in the middle of the concert to pull out his phone and snap photos with those in attendance. Period of time used by a fan to take a photo.

Bad Bunny’s indifferent reaction was caught on video when someone threw a cell phone at him. Benito was looking at his phone and suddenly the phone hit his hip and fell to the ground, at that moment the ‘bad bunny’ lowers his glasses, bends down, grabs the device from the floor and throws it back onto the floor of the stage.

Given the artist’s attitude, some of his fans applaud and scream as if celebrating because Bad Bunny threw the device.

But opinions differed on social media. Some call the artist’s behavior arrogant, others defend the performer of “I’m acting nice” and emphasize that this is not the way to attract an artist’s attention, among other things because the punch could or could hurt him have hurt someone else.