Renowned global sensation Bad Bunny and model Kendall Jenner have allegedly parted ways, concluding their less-than-a-year-long bond. Both People and Entertainment Tonight have verified the breakup, while the pair has opted to remain silent concerning the split.
Their romance initially garnered attention in February when they were spotted together in Beverly Hills. Despite making an appearance at the 2023 Met Gala in May, they maintained a discreet profile, gracing the red carpet separately and reuniting at a subsequent event.
In a prior interview with Rolling Stone, Bad Bunny expressed his intention to safeguard his personal life, affirming, “I know [people are] going to say something. People know everything about me, so what’s left for me to protect? My private life, my personal life.”
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Prior sources had indicated that Jenner saw “long-term potential” in the relationship, highlighting Bad Bunny’s chivalrous nature and their compatibility. The couple also collaborated on Gucci’s Valigeria campaign in September, showcasing both a professional and personal connection.
However, the relationship has now concluded, signifying a departure from the initial optimism. Kendall Jenner had previously been involved in an intermittent relationship with Devin Booker, with their separation confirmed in November 2022.
Bad Bunny’s track “Coco Chanel,” released in March, seemed to reference Jenner’s previous relationship, with translated lyrics alluding to the contrast between the sun in Puerto Rico and Phoenix, an apparent acknowledgment of Jenner’s ex, Devin Booker.
As the news spreads, aficionados and the press anticipate further insights into the split, while both Bad Bunny and Kendall Jenner have chosen to uphold their privacy in the wake of the breakup.