Bad Bunny made it clear during his first main stage performance at the Coachella Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California, that he had no intention of slamming Harry Styles.
There has recently been speculation that a tweet displayed during the event may have negatively referenced the singer.
On Friday night, Bad Bunny took to social media to clarify that this was not his intention.
During his set at Coachella’s second weekend, a tweet behind the rapper reads:
“Sorry Harry. It was a mistake from my team. We love you. <3.”
A more pleasant tweet than its predecessor recently replaced an earlier post from this month during his Coachella set one show.
“goodnight benito could do as it was but harry could never do el apagon,”
referencing Bad Bunny and Harry’s respective tunes.
It became clear that Bad Bunny had not agreed to the previous tweet, implying he was at odds with the British singer-actor, who has won three Grammys so far.
The organization that created Bad Bunny’s Coachella backdrop artwork admitted responsibility for this week’s error.
Sturdy.co made it clear on Instagram that their goal was to create lighthearted designs that accurately reflect Bad Bunny’s personality and bring his performance to life.
“Our intention is to create light hearted designs that embody Bad Bunny’s personality and amplify the experience he presents as a performer.”
“These visuals are a celebration of Bad Bunny and his dedication to empowering his native island, Puerto Rico.”
Since Bad Bunny, a Puerto Rican singer, is dating Kendall Jenner, 27, his recent gaffe was unfortunate.
It’s unsurprising given Kendall and Harry Styles’ on-again, off-again relationship between 2013 and 2016.
It isn’t Bad Bunny’s first time taking potshots at one of the supermodel’s ex-boyfriends.
According to his song lyrics:
“I’m not bad, baby that’s a gimmick / But the sun in Puerto Rico is hotter than in Phoenix / She knows it.”
Devin Booker is a basketball player for the Phoenix Suns.
However, it appears that the athlete was fighting back, as he stated in a since-deleted post:
“He worried about another MAN again.”