10 Tweets That Sum up the Fervor for Bad Bunny’s ‘Un Verano Sin Ti’

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Whether you’re Latino or not, you’ve probably heard about the sensation that Puerto Rican artist Bad Bunny has caused with the release of his latest album, “Un Verano Sin Ti.”

Less than a week after the album’s arrival on all platforms, it has been such a phenomenon that it has even broken Spotify’s streaming record, with 183 million streams in a single day.

Let’s just say the “Moscow Mule” singer is on the right track to break multiple records with “Un Verano Sin Ti,” an eclectic and unique album in its own style. 

We can’t wait to see what other milestones the “Conejo Malo” will set in this new album cycle!

However, as the singer has said on multiple occasions, it is his fans who have led him to break records. While his most die-hard fans were listening to the new album, the social media was filled with memorable messages, especially on Twitter.

These are the ten funniest and most relatable tweets about “Un Verano Sin Ti.”

The Twitter community has jokes for days – and if you know who Rauw Alejandro is, then you know they’re poking fun at his Spaniard singer-songwriter girlfriend, Rosalía. It’s all fun and games!

From listening to relatable pop culture references such as “Pa’ los 2000 escuchaba RBD” to highlighting women’s rights (and furthermore referencing femicide) through Buscabulla’s Raquel Berrios’ voice by saying “No quiero que nadie me diga lo que yo tengo que hacer / Si con él no hablaré, conmigo verán, no van a joder / Que digan lo que sea,” the amount of layers in this album is incredible. It’s gold.

“Un Verano Sin Ti” has people levitating!

If it’s one recurring meme that fits all pop culture moments, it’s this one.

The Rauw Alejandro collaboration on “Party” is definitely one for the clubs.

Yeah, let’s relate to everything except toxic relationships this summer. We’re staying away from ex-partners! We are still jamming to this song, though.

Jajajaja — all Bad Bunny has to say is “yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah,” and his audience will be ready to engage in whatever genre the song will explore.

Definitely my new out-of-office message. I’m busy.

There has to be a relatable lyric in there somewhere! Keep looking! 

Amen.