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Bad Bunny and Kendall Jenner add more fuel to dating rumors

After being spotted together over the weekend, Bad Bunny and Kendall Jenner were reportedly seen kissing in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

Se han revelado nuevos detalles de la relación entre Kendall Jenner y Bad Bunny. Así se conocieron la modelo y el puertorriqueño.
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Although Bad Bunny isn’t willing to comment on rumors he’s dating Kendall Jenner, the two were spotted on another dinner date on Wednesday night.

Bad Bunny and Jenner spotted ‘openly kissing’

The two were spotted “openly kissing” and “being very affectionate” at Sushi Fumi according to Us Weekly.

It comes just days after the two attempted to hide after being spotted departing Bird Streets Club in West Hollywood early Sunday morning.

The two were joined by other celebrities, including Kylie Jenner, Timothée Chalamet, Zack Bia and Russell Westbrook.

However, when it was time to leave at around 2 a.m., Jenner tried to shield herself from the paparazzi by using her hands to cover her face, while the singer looked to the side while covering his face.

Bad Bunny keeping quiet on dating rumors

This isn’t the first time the pair have been spotted together.

They first set off dating rumors in February when they left the same Beverly Hills restaurant through different exits after being joined by Justin and Hailey Bieber.

A week later, they were seen leaving Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s annual Oscars after-party at the Chateau Marmont at around 4 a.m..

The two sides have yet to comment on the rumors, with Bad Bunny declining to talk about the topic during a recent interview with Time Magazine.

Instead, the Puerto Rican made it clear that while he cares about his fans, he doesn’t care what they think about his relationship.

“When I read comments that say, ‘Bad Bunny now I’m not going to listen to your music,’ that’s fine,” he said.

“I’m not going to do something else for you to like it. There are plenty of artists, and perhaps you’ll find someone you’ll like.”

Some fans felt that Bad Bunny had gone back on the lyrics from his song ‘El Apagón’ from his latest album ‘Un Verano Sin Ti’, where the rapper says: “Everyone wants to be Latino/But they lack sazón (flavor).”

The singer explained that he “was upset” when he wrote the lyrics, adding: “But now that feeling has passed me. Our culture and music impacts people in other places. They want to try it and feel it. So why am I going to be bothered by that, if they do it with respect?”


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