Bad Bunny seems to have confirmed his romance with Kendall Jenner by taking a shot at her most recent ex-boyfriend, Devin Booker, in a new song.

Booker and Jenner dated from April 2020 to October 2022, with a few breaks throughout their relationship. In Eladio Carrión’s song featuring Bad Bunny, “Coco Chanel,” Bad Bunny sings a verse in Spanish: “I’m not bad, baby, that’s a gimmick / But the Puerto Rico sun is warmer than the one in Phoenix.” NBA star Booker plays for the Phoenix Suns.

Later on in the song, the rapper throws in a lyric that might be about Jenner herself, saying, “Scorpios are dangerous.” Scorpio is the model's zodiac sign.

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But the most damning piece of evidence is that Booker has actually responded to the alleged shade, commenting on an Instagram post about Bad Bunny’s lyric, writing, “He worried about another MAN again.”

Jenner and Bad Bunny were seen out to dinner in February, sparking dating rumors, and then hugging a week later. After news broke of their romance, Booker unfollowed Jenner on Instagram. (It was initially reported that The Kardashians star and basketball player broke up due to conflicting schedules.)

On Oscars night, Jenner and Bad Bunny were seen leaving Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s after-party together, getting into the same vehicle as the model shielded her face from the paparazzi.

In late February, a source told People, “Kendall recently started hanging out with him … . They were introduced by friends. He moved to L.A. a few weeks ago and bought a house.”

The source added, “She likes him and is having fun. He is different from guys that she dated in the past. He is very charming.”

From: ELLE US
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Aimée Lutkin is the weekend editor at ELLE.com. Her writing has appeared in Jezebel, Glamour, Marie Claire and more. Her first book, The Lonely Hunter, will be released by Dial Press in February 2022.