Bad Bunny Net Worth, Awards, Personal Life, Investments and Biography
Bad Bunny is a Puerto Rican Latin trap and reggaeton singer, songwriter. He rose to prominence in 2017 with the single “Soy Peor,” which appeared on his debut studio album ‘X100PRE’. The album reached number twelve on the US Billboard 200. Here, we will discuss Bad Bunny net worth, awards, personal life, investments and biography.
Bad Bunny net worth
Bad Bunny’s current net worth is estimated to be $8 million, while his annual salary is $5 million. His wealth comes from his profession as a musician. He owns several businesses, including bars and restaurants in Puerto Rico, Miami, New York City and Los Angeles. He also has investments in real estate companies that rent houses and apartments and a car collection. Read more: Kenan Thompson net worth, wife, age, children, family, height
Who is Bad Bunny?
Bad Bunny is a singer and songwriter who was born Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio on March 10, 1994 in the Almirante Sur, Vega Baja district of Puerto Rico. His career began to take off when he released his first single called “Diles” in 2015.
Bad Bunny became famous when he participated in the Festival of San Juan in 2013, where he sang his song “Estamos Bien.” A year later, Bad Bunny released his first single called “Melanina” and was signed to Hear this Music because of it. This label contract allowed him to gain immediate political asylum in the United States. His debut album ‘X100PRE’, released in 2017, reached number twelve on the US Billboard 200.
Before being famous, Bad Bunny worked in a wheelchair manufacturing company that his mother owned. He then began working at a supermarket but quit when he realized that it did not suit him well. Then, he took courses to become a waiter and later worked in the same company as a bouncer. He has had some problems with the police, including charges of assault and robbery that he faced during his time working at the nightclub Dorian Gray.
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Bad Bunny is active on social media such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, where he posts photos and videos to more than 11 million followers. He also has his merchandise website where he sells clothes with his name on them.
Bad Bunny’s Awards and achievements
Bad Bunny has been awarded a Billboard Music Award for ‘Top Latin Song’ and a Lo Nuestro Award for ‘Urban Artist of the Year.’
In 2017, Bad Bunny released his debut studio album called ‘X100PRE’, which reached number twelve on the US Billboard 200. He also opened for J Balvin during several concerts in the USA.
Bad Bunny’s Personal life
Bad Bunny is dating Cuban model Karol G. In 2018. Bad Bunny announced that he was gay after being asked about his x on a radio show in New York. He said: ‘I am a human being like any other.
Bad Bunny is a Christian. In an interview, he revealed that he was not raised to be a Christian but rediscovered his faith after converting to Christianity in 2015.
Bad Bunny currently lives in Miami and has homes in Puerto Rico and New York City and several restaurants and bars. He also owns a car collection, including several Bugatti Veyrons, a Porsche 911 Turbo S and a Mercedes-Benz G Class.
Bad Bunny’s Business investments
Bars and restaurants:
Bad Bunny has several bars and restaurants in Puerto Rico, Miami, New York City and Los Angeles. He owns Barrio Fino Puerto Rico and La Mansion Del Alacran Restaurants in Puerto Rico, La Pica Bar in the Bronx, NY and Tacos El Asador in Miami.
Real estate companies:
Bad Bunny has real estate investments through his company called Berrr LLC. The house rental company manages properties for individuals and businesses across the United States to rent houses and apartments. Other services provided by this company include landscaping, electrical work and water delivery.
Bad Bunny owns a car collection that includes several Bugatti Veyrons, a Porsche 911 Turbo S and a Mercedes-Benz G Class.
Bad Bunny is a singer and songwriter who has a net worth of $8 million. He made most of his money from his profession as a musician and received revenue from several businesses he owns, including bars and restaurants in Puerto Rico, Miami, New York City, and Los Angeles.