It looks like Bad Bunny and Kendall Jenner are more serious than we thought. The celebrities look beautiful together, and although they haven’t given us an official photo on social media yet, it’s lovely to see how their relationship is progressing.
Kendall Jenner accompanied the Puerto Rican during his Coachella performances, as he danced and sang to the rhythm of reggaeton. This showed us that, yes, the more time they spend together, the more in love they are… to the extent that there are already tattoos involved.
Bad Bunny Gets a Kendall Jenner Tattoo
Benito was surprised during his Coachella performance, not only by his iconic show but also by his body full of tattoos that he rarely shows. One of these was quite controversial since it was his ex-girlfriend Gabriela’s eyes, but maybe it’s already a thing of the past because now he got Kendall Jenner tattooed.
Fans claim that the singer already has the model on his skin, and he represented her with the silhouette of her body on his chest, just below some horses on his pecs. In the silhouette, the woman is sitting with her knees up and one arm outstretched. One netizen claimed that there is a photo of Kendall Jenner with the same pose when she dressed up as Pamela Anderson.
Other users refuse to think that the tattoo is dedicated to Kendall and instead claim that it is the silhouette of Carliz, the Puerto Rican’s ex-girlfriend whom he was to marry in 2016. In fact, Carliz is said to have been the inspiration for songs like ‘One Night in Miami’ and ‘Mia.’
So far, we are not sure if the one with the tattoo is Kendall, but most fans of the couple assure us that it is, besides the fact that it is right under the horse, the model’s favorite animal. The idea doesn’t sound so far-fetched, we know that Benito already dedicated one of his collaborations, ‘Coco Chanel,’ to her, and during his show at Coachella, he sang to her on several occasions.
Tattoos as a couple are not such a good idea, but we can’t deny that Bad Bunny being a love-struck Pisces is charming.
Story written in Spanish by Kate Nateras in Cultura Colectiva