Bad Bunny throws hints about Kendall Jenner in new single

Bad Bunny seems to have it bad for Kendall Jenner.

That’s at least what fans are thinking about the Puerto Rican sensation and his rumored girlfriend after listening to his new single, “Where She Goes,” which dropped on Thursday along with a star-studded video.

Although the song is in Spanish — per usual with the artist born Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio — the lyrics translate as, “Baby, tell me the truth/If you already forgot me/I know that it was only one night/That it won’t happen again.”

Then he continues, “Maybe in you I wanted to find/What I lost in another one/Your pride does not want to talk to me/So we are gonna compete, let’s see, ey.”

Fans are speculating that the lyrics hint that Bad Bunny had a one-night stand with a woman —  possibly Kendall — who he can’t stop thinking about and wants to continue seeing and getting to know on a deeper level.

“I wasn’t expecting to make music this year … I just felt it,” Bad Bunny told Apple Music’s Zane Lowe. “I had this idea, I had this feeling, and I said, ‘F – – k, let’s do it.’ So that’s what music is about, to have fun … I’ve been listening [to it] 100 times every day.”

The video features cameos from Frank Ocean, “Euphoria” star Dominic Fike, rapper Lil Uzi Vert, Brazilian soccer great Ronaldinho, designer Julian Consuegra and models Isabella Manderson, Juliana Nalú and Sabrina Zada.

Bad Bunny
Bad Bunny is riding high after in April he became the first Latin solo artist to headline Coachella.

Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner is rumored to be dating Puerto Rican sensation Bad Bunny.

“The video is crazy … so I’m really excited to show the world my new work,” Bad Bunny told Apple Music.

“I definitely want to perform this song soon. Where? I don’t know. So maybe I have to wait ’til next year, but I don’t know.”

And the 29-year-old star is still basking in the glory of becoming, in April, the first Latin solo artist to headline Coachella.

“I think that my favorite part of the show was when I showed the salsa story and about the reggaeton and Caribbean music story,” he said.

“Not the mainstream, not the pop side, I brought the real street soul of Puerto Rico to one of the biggest stages … I started to cry ’cause I was very emotional … I was really, really happy, I was really proud, and that definitely was the best part of Coachella for me.”

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