Bad Bunny has issued an apology to singer Harry Styles for his Coachella remark
One of the world’s largest music events kicked up last weekend.
For its 2023 season, Coachella welcomed thousands of music lovers to its grounds for three days of performances by international acts like Rosalia, Frank Ocean, Calvin Harris, and Bad Bunny.
If you were at Bad Bunny’s concert, you probably noticed that, during one of his songs, a string of tweets flashed up on the screens above the stage.
The Puerto Rican musician and his discography as a whole were lauded. One of these communications, however, stood out from the rest.
A user compared the British singer Harry Styles to the Puerto Rican artist Benito, writing, “Benito can do ‘As It Was,’ but Harry Styles can never do ‘El Apagon.'”
The screenshot quickly went viral, drawing both laughter and outrage from Harry Styles’s online community of followers.
Bad Bunny planned to end the viral scandal with a concert and another tweet aimed at Styles, just as he had started it.
People at Coachella for the second weekend heard this new statement and knew they had to see Bad Bunny play.
The statement, which took up most of the screen, was a unique way of apologizing to the British musician.
Apologies, Harry. Our staff made a mistake. The Tweet simply said, “We love you.”
The Puerto Rican singer became viral once more, this time to the point where he was a Trending Topic on Twitter, while he attempted to quell the uproar.