Bad Bunny, the undefeated wrestling sensation, stuns on the cover of Vanity Fair

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The ultra-popular musician talks about life, WWE, and addresses his relationship with Kendall Jenner with the esteemed publication.

Former WWE 24/7 Champion Bad Bunny is the cover story for the latest edition of Vanity Fair magazine, where he mostly talked about his side hustle as a rapper and songwriter while evading questions about his relationship with model and fellow media personality Kendall Jenner.

Photo by Szilveszter Mak?, Vanity Fair

Though the magazine referred to Jenner as his first suspected celebrity romance, they were unable to confirm that the two are an item, with Bunny saying of inquiring minds:

“They don’t know how you feel, they don’t know how you live, they don’t know anything, and I really don’t want them to know.

“I’m not really interested in clarifying anything because I have no commitment to clarify anything to anyone.”

Despite refusing to reveal much about his love life, Vanity Fair learned that Bunny avoided sports as a kid, choosing to play-wrestle with action figures and coming up with storylines for each toy with his little brothers. On his love for wrestling, Bunny said:

“I liked everything–the creativity, the characters, the fact that each wrestler has his own entrance song, like a soundtrack that identifies you.”

Bunny, who is undefeated in singles and tag team competition in WWE, got his first taste of wrestling action at the 2021 Royal Rumble, where he wiped out The Miz and John Morrison after Miz destroyed Bunny’s DJ set-up earlier in the show.

Weeks later, Bunny won the WWE 24/7 Championship from Akira Tozawa, thanks to an assist from his fellow Puerto Rican Damian Priest. Unfortunately, his reign was short-lived. Proving Ted DiBiase’s old adage true that everyone has a

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