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Bad Bunny Kicks Off His ‘Most Wanted Tour’ in the US with Controversy

He made a dramatic entrance into the Delta Center stadium in Utah

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Bad Bunny kicked off his highly anticipated US tour yesterday in Utah. The ‘Most Wanted Tour’ will hit 33 cities and feature 47 concerts until May 26, wrapping up at the Kaseya Center in Miami. 

Bad Bunny had already announced that this tour would see a return to his trap roots, meaning fans shouldn’t expect to hear hits like «Ojitos Lindos,» «Tití me preguntó,» or «Moscow Mule» as much. You’ll hear tracks like «Mr. October,» «Teléfono Nuevo,» and more, he shared via his WhatsApp broadcast channel. 

Staying true to his word, the Puerto Rican artist made a dramatic entrance into the Delta Center stadium in the US city on horseback, reminiscent of his album cover for Nadie sabe lo que va a pasar mañana


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However, this move sparked mixed reactions from fans when images surfaced on social media. Some of the comments and criticisms he has received on X (formerly Twitter) are: 

  • “The horse doesn’t seem comfortable”
  • “What’s the point”
  • “How sad, is having the horse there really necessary?”
  • “It’s unfortunate to constantly parade the poor creature around like a circus animal”
  • “The horse should at least have some noise-canceling headphones”
  • “Everything about this feels wrong”
  • “Animals aren’t just props”

In an interview, he mentioned that ‘riding into a concert on horseback’ was one of his dreams, but not everything is acceptable in the eyes of social media. 

«Perro Negro»

However, it’s not all been negative or criticized; quite the opposite, actually. During his performance of the song «Perro negro» his collab song with Feid, Bunny paid tribute to him by wearing green, which is Feid’s signature color. 

Apart from that song, ‘el Conejo Malo’ also treated the audience to hits like «Un x100to,» «Monaco,» «Me mata,» «Vuelves, Soy Peor,» «Chambea,» «Diles»… He packed almost 40 songs into his setlist, covering different styles like acoustic and reggaeton.