October 1st is ‘Bad Bunny Day’ in Los Angeles

On October 1 in Los Angeles, the Grammy-winning rapper and reggaetón artist Bad Bunny will be given a special day.

In celebration of the legendary reggaetón artist, City Councilman Kevin de Leon yesterday proclaimed Saturday, October 1 as “Bad Bunny Day” in Los Angeles. This is because of the cultural influence that Bad Bunny has on Los Angeles’ Latino population, which makes up roughly half of the city’s population.

“The City of LA’s population is 50% Latino, one of the largest Latino populations in the world outside Latin American countries,” said de León. 

Last night, Bad Bunny played at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, and today, for night two of his “World’s Hottest Tour,” he will wrap things up in Los Angeles. Let’s see who Benito brings out today to round out his tour after bringing out Chencho Corleone and Ivy Queen for an amazing night 1 in Los Angeles last night!

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