It appears that Bad Bunny, after dominating music and touring, is now dominating the culinary world, as he has opened Gekko, a new restaurant in Miami, Florida.
Bad Bunny’s latest venture debuted last Thursday night, less than a week after Beyonce lynched him from the top of the Billboard 200 charts after a seven-week reign.
Fans of the reggaeton rapper wanted to know how much Bad Bunny’s net worth is in 2022, especially with his new business and $3 million Bugatti.
Bad Bunny net worth in 2022 revealed
Bad Bunny’s net worth is $18 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth, with a sizable portion of that coming from his music.
All four of his studio albums, as well as a collaborative album, a special box set, and a compilation album, debuted at the top of the Billboard Latin Albums chart. His most recent albums, “Un Verano Sin Ti” and “El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo,” both debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 albums chart in the United States.
With 8.3 billion streams, his sophomore album, “YHLQMDLG,” was the most streamed album on Spotify in 2020, making him the most streamed artist in the world.
Most notably, his “El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo” Tour catapulted the reggaeton singer to new heights. According to Pollstar, he generated more than $120 million dollars in revenue during the tour.
Forbes, on the other hand, named Bad Bunny the “biggest concert draw in music in 2022.”
As a touring artist, Bad Bunny makes money through merchandise; with his sold-out arena shows, it’s possible that he earns a LOT just on limited-edition products alone.
Aside from touring and music sales, the GRAMMY-winning singer has also ventured into the restaurant business, enlisting the assistance of famed Florida restaurateur David Grutman.
Bad Bunny’s investments and properties
Currently, the cost of opening a restaurant ranges from $95,000 to $2 million. The cost could rise even higher due to the location’s prime location in South Florida.
Bad Bunny’s Gekko, a Japanese-inspired steakhouse, was opulent and a fine-dining experience. Gekko is expected to thrive in Florida, serving premium Japanese beef Wagyu cuts as well as an array of freshly rolled sushi.
However, Bad Bunny’s net worth could skyrocket because he currently owns luxury vehicles such as a $3 million Bugatti, a Rolls Royce, a Mercedes G Wagon that costs around $150,000, and a BMW M4, which retails for around $700,000.