Bad Bunny Reportedly Breaks Up With A-List Star

Bad Bunny has become an at-least-once-a-year attraction for WWE, most recently taking on Damian Priest in a San Juan Street Fight at WWE Backlash in May. The brutal contest saw the music megastar dishing out blows with his kendo stick and other plunder while taking some punishment in the process. In a breathtaking moment, Bunny found himself on the receiving end of a Broken Arrow through a production table outside the ring. Despite the odds being stacked against Bunny, The LWO and Savio Vega came to his aid and helped him pick up the victory in his home country.

While fans were finding themselves in a love affair with Bunny, the jet setter was embroiled in one of his own, with A-list model and influencer Kendall Kenner. The two were first spotted together a few months before Backlash, in February, going on a double date with fellow celebrities Justin and Hailey Baldwin. People reports that friends introduced the two, and their relationship quickly heated up around the time his action in the ring did.

Unfortunately, People also reports that they have gone their separate ways after dating for around a year. No explanation for the split was given, and representatives for Bunny and Jennar declined to comment.

Outside of his San Juan Street Fight against Priest, Bunny was also a competitor in the 2022 WWE Royal Rumble, and successfully teamed with Priest against The Miz and John Morrison at WWE WrestleMania 37. He also briefly reigned as WWE 24/7 Champion and brought the belt with him when he performed on Saturday Night Live. He relinquished it to R-Truth a month later in exchange for some “Stone Cold” Steve Austin merchandise.

Kendall Jenner was never seen by Bunny’s side in WWE, much to the company’s chagrin, but does have a small tie to the world of pro wrestling. At the 2017 New York Fashion Week, Jenner walked the catwalk in a vintage NWO Wolfpac t-shirt. Founding Wolfpac member Kevin Nash got wind of the homage and noted on Instagram, “No one has rocked it better.”