We understand that some people are feeling some type of way about Bad Bunny at the moment, but we can’t forget all the great things he’s done for the Latine community. He’s constantly putting our community on the map and making sure to push authentic representation as much as he can.
The Bad Bunny many of us fell in love with was present during his own segment of ‘Carpool Karaoke,’ which is a recurring segment on The Late Late Show with James Corden.
During the show, Benito spoke in a mixture of Spanglish (our personal favorite language) and answered questions about his career, the songs being sung, and more. He also playfully informed the audience that he’s a self-aware king by telling Corden that he knows he’s good-looking.
“I’m cute,” El Conejo Malo told Corden. He posed for the camera immediately after.
Bad Bunny and James Corden hit it off during ‘Carpool Karaoke’
The segment started off with Bad Bunny singing one of his biggest hits, Daikiti, and Corden followed along – in Spanish.
In addition to seeing James Corden singing in Spanish, the episode features Bad Bunny attempting to draw and talking about his love for wrestling.
“In my songs I have many wrestling references. In WWE they noticed and wanted to do something with me. They offered me to be a ‘referee’, but I told them ‘I want to fight,’” Benito said when talking about his love for the sport.
Somehow, they were able to fit Bad Bunny teaching Corden how to wrestle – and it was an interesting sight. The famed Latino WWE wrestler, Rey Misterio even made an appearance to participate in a match with Corden.
Aside from Daikiti, both entertainers sang along to “Tití Me Preguntó” and I Like It Like That,” which was a song Bad Bunny originally sang with Cardi B and J Balvin. They sang to English-language songs as well such as “Break Free” by Ariana Grande and “As It Was” by Harry Styles.
Have you watched this “Carpool Karaoke” segment yet?