Are Bad Bunny and Maluma friends?
Maluma specifically expressed his bafflement and displeasure at Bad Bunny’s amplification of the line. The singer of “11:11” claims that the two got along well while working on the unreleased song “Sexo Sin Cario” in the past.
At first appearing unconcerned, the Colombian pop singer and open Puerto Rican interviewer thought about what Anuel might have meant in the verse’s climax. Saying “never pop, always call” Maluma calculated.
“Always the street, never a fresa?” Molusco spoke aloud and then delivered a timeless line. I’m just trying to figure it out, I guess.”
Understandably, Maluma veers as far away from this type of drama as he can, recently even solidifying his friendship with his partner J Balvin on the endearing song “Que Pena,” which was thought to have been a troubled relationship previously. He claims that he is surprised by the artists’ humoring of him.