Bad Bunny apologised to ‘As It Was’ singer, Harry Styles during his headlining set at Coachella’s second weekend.
“Sorry Harry. It was a mistake from my team. We love you. <3,” the on-screen message read. Bad Bunny appeared to throw shade at Styles during his historic headlining set at the opening weekend of Coachella. He was performing ‘El Apagón’ from his album ‘Un Verano Sin Ti’ when a video screen displayed a tweet that read, “goodnight benito could do as it was but harry could never do el apagón.”
Bad Bunny displays apology to Harry Styles during his second Coachella set after a shady tweet was displayed last week:— Pop Base (@PopBase) April 22, 2023
“Sorry Harry. It was a mistake from my team. We love you. <3” pic.twitter.com/qRDCjxVhqc
His representatives stated that the rapper and singer had no comments about what happened and that he did not approve the message delivered in the respective tweet. The visual content company that was responsible for producing the images for his set, Sturdy.co also confirmed the same. The rapper did not intend to throw shade at the British singer-actor through the Styles-dissing tweet.
Bad Bunny also became Coachella’s first-ever solo Latino headliner. “Humbly speaking, people think they know the lives of famous people, but they don’t,” he told his crowd. “They don’t know what we feel, what we live through.”
He added, “They will never know what a heart can feel. Don’t believe everything you hear. You won’t get to know the real me through a video on Instagram, an interview or a TikTok.”
For the second weekend, Bunny collaborated with Jhay Cortez, Arcangel, Jowell & Randy, Grupo Frontera and Jose Feliciano. He also joined Gorillaz for a surprise performance of their collaboration ‘Tormenta’.
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