Following the August 11 opening of David Grutman’s Bad Bunny’s restaurant in Miami, an event was recently organized. The Japanese steakhouse and sushi restaurant, Gekko, is located in the Brickell neighborhood. While on his way to the event, the rapper was seen wearing a black suit with black sunglasses and was cheered on by his fans. Celebrities from the entertainment industry such as Joe Jonas, Andy Garcia, Future, Karol G, Sophie Turner, DJ Khaled, Lil Wayne, Jhayco, and others attended the festivities.
The restaurant can seat 185 people. It was designed by Rockwell Group and has both indoor and outdoor seating. Speaking of the restaurant, David Grutman stated that it was the result of his food obsession, and while he wished to do something related to his food obsession, he knew after speaking with Bunny that he would be the perfect partner. The best food items on the menu include wagyu beef cuts, sushi rolls, and Japanese cuisines. A Tomahawk steak and filet mignon are also available.
Bad Bunny Net Worth
Bad Bunny is well-known for his deep, slurred vocals and collaborations with artists such as Arcangel, Rosalia, J Balvin, Jhay Cortez, Daddy Yankee, and others. The 28-year-net old’s worth is estimated to be around $18 million as of October 2022. Although details on his assets are not available, he has amassed a substantial fortune through his singing career and has earned millions from the success of his albums.
The Vega Baja, Puerto Rico native rose to prominence on SoundCloud as an independent artist before being signed by the record label Hear this Music. Following the release of his song Soy Peor in 2016, he became a household name, and he collaborated with Cardi B and Drake on I Like It and Mia. In 2018, Bad Bunny released his debut album, X 100pre, and won a Latin Grammy for Best Urban Music Album. In 2019, he collaborated with J Balvin on the album Oasis, and in 2020, he released his second album, YHLQMDLG. His next album, El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo, topped the Billboard 200 chart, as did the single Dakiti.
He joined WWE in 2021 and made his debut for the company at the annual Royal Rumble pay-per-view in January 2021. He debuted on Monday Night Raw after receiving wrestling instruction from Adam Pearce and Drew Gulak at the WWE Performance Center. Bad Bunny has previously won the WWE 24/7 Championship. He then competed in and won a tag team match at WrestleMania 37, the flagship event.