With the end of the year fast approaching, Bad Bunny has decided to give back to the island that he loves so much with a gift.
As part of the “Bonita Tradición” gift drive held on Tuesday, December 27, at the Coliseo Roberto Clemente in San Juan, Puerto Rico, the superstar helped spread some holiday cheer on the island and spread little holiday cheer.
Days After Christmas, Bad Bunny Kept People Smiling
In Puerto Rico, Bad Bunny is doing his part to give back to the children. He helped spread the spirit of Christmas by organizing his Bonita Tradición gift drive on Tuesday afternoon, December 27, at the Coliseo Roberto Clemente in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in conjunction with his “Tita Me Pregunto” single.
For the third year in a row, the Good Bunny Foundation of Bad Bunny gave out over 20,000 gifts to children who attended a Gift Drive organized by the organization, which included toys, sports equipment, paint supplies, and a variety of other items. Additionally, plenty of foods and beverages were available at the event, as well as live music and the opportunity to snap a photo with Bad Bunny himself.
In a press release shared by José “Che Juan” Torres, director of the Good Bunny Foundation, previously explained in a press release that “We want to close the year in the best way possible, bringing joy, love, and hope to the children by organizing an event that reflects the best of this time, with a special emphasis on the traditions of our island.”
The Bad Bunny Show In Texas Recently Featured A Survivor Of The Uvalde Shooting
Mayah Zamora was the survivor of the Uvalde school shooting, and Bad Bunny did what he could to assist her. A couple of days ago, it was revealed that the 28-year-old singer, who goes by Benito Antonio Martnez Ocasio in real life, had arranged for the 10-year-old and her family to attend his Arlington, Texas, concert in September.
The Correa Family Foundation will also benefit from the donation by Zamora, as it will help build a new home for his family as part of the Foundation. As well as that a statement from the Correa Family Foundation on Instagram stated that Zamora, along with her family, “had an incredible experience dancing and having fun with each other” and that it is something that the family will cherish for a lifetime.
In the aftermath of the May 24 shooting in Uvalde, in which 19 of her classmates and two teachers were killed, Zamora had to undergo more than 20 surgeries due to gunshot wounds in her chest, back, hands, and arms. In July, she was the last person released from the hospital due to a shooting.
A New Song By Him, Titled “Gato De Noche,” Was Released Recently
It has recently been announced that Bunny, who has been Spotify’s most streamed artist globally for a third consecutive year, has released a new song called “Gato de Noche” in conjunction with Ñengo Flow. Just hours before gifting fans with the surprise song on December 22, he announced on TikTok that this was his way of closing the year.
Announcing the collab on his Instagram Stories, the Puerto Rican act said that this is a collaboration with an absolute beast. The pair has collaborated on numerous projects over the years, including “Que Malo” and “Safaera,” which peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart on April 11, 2020. Additionally, Bunny’s YHLQMDLG album has two tracks from the same album.
Bad Bunny’s year of giving back to the Puerto Rico he loves is about to end. With that, we can say that he’s ending it right. Do you have any thoughts on the same? What are your thoughts on it? Comment below and let us know what you think.