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Bad Bunny Seems to Be Getting Back into Political Activism as He Encourages Fans in Puerto Rico to Vote

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Yesterday, Bad Bunny and his team rolled out a special offer that allowed fans to watch two of his weekend performances in more than a dozen theaters across Puerto Rico. The initiative aims to boost voter turnout for the upcoming general elections in November. 

To take advantage of this unique promotion, fans had to visit Caribbean Cinemas in person and present their voter registration card. The offer included a buy-one-get-one-free deal for tickets to see Bad Bunny’s Friday and Saturday shows at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico in San Juan, part of the grand finale of his ‘Most Wanted Tour.’ 

In addition to the concert screenings, according to Listin Diario, Caribbean Cinemas offered attendees an exclusive documentary about Bad Bunny, which was not available anywhere else. Fans could also purchase merchandise from the artist, making the experience even more special. 

The sale was exclusively held at Caribbean Cinemas box offices, with a limit of two purchased tickets per person, allowing four admissions. This offer was not available online or in VIP, San Patricio, or IMAX theaters at Distrito T-Mobile. 

Politics and Bad Bunny Go Hand in Hand

Bad Bunny’s involvement in political activism isn’t new. Back in the summer of 2019, he joined other Puerto Rican artists in protests demanding the resignation of then-governor Ricardo Rosselló, who was embroiled in a scandalous chat that sparked a political and social crisis on the island. 

Following the protests, Bad Bunny personally visited the central offices of the Puerto Rico State Elections Commission to obtain his voter registration card. This move inspired many young Puerto Ricans to register and participate in the 2020 general elections. Now, he is using his influence to encourage voter participation once again for the upcoming November elections. 

With his tour ending this Sunday on the island, it seems Bad Bunny is going back to his roots. In the past, he advocated for political engagement and civic responsibility in Puerto Rico – and this is something his fans really liked about him. 

Is the old Bad Bunny back? 

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