Shakira’s latest track during her 53rd session with Bizarrap came ahead of Bad Bunny’s nod to singer

Bad Bunny referenced Shakira in his latest track.

With his most recent album, Nadie Sabe lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana (Nobody knows what will happen tomorrow), Bad Bunny has once again captivated the attention of fans all across the world.

This album, which was widely praised when released, is a classic of urban music and gives Bad Bunny a forum to discuss modern society and culture.

His allusions to well-known personalities from around the world, such as, LeBron James, Lionel Messi, and especially Shakira, are a standout aspect of this production and have generated curiosity and admiration among his followers.

The song Los Pits honours Shakira’s effect and influence, as well as one of her well-known lines. A quote used by Bad Bunny has raised eyebrows.

He sings, “Bd Bunny en la cima, se tienen que acostumbrar. Ahora los hombres lloran, sí, pero sin parar de facturar,” which translates to “Bad Bunny at the top, they have to get used to it. Now men cry, yes, but they keep making money non-stop.”

Shakira, who had previously started the trend during her 53rd session with Bizarrap, is clearly referenced in this line.

Shakira sang, “Las mujeres ya no lloran, las mujeres facturan,” meaning, “Women don’t cry anymore, women make money.”

LeBron James and Lionel Messi are on Bad Bunny’s reference list as well, which further demonstrates how well he incorporates references to modern culture into his songs.