Bad Bunny is the 5th highest-paid musician in the world. Here's how he makes and spends his millions.
Bad Bunny is the 5th highest-paid musician on the planet.
He took home $88 million in 2022, according to Forbes.
Here is how he makes and spends that money.
Bad Bunny is the 5th highest-paid musician in the world, according to Forbes.
Bunny, whose real name is Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, took home $88 million in 2022, according to Forbes.
Only Taylor Swift ($92 million), The Rolling Stones ($98 million), Sting ($210 million), and Genesis ($230 million) earned more during that year.
Most of that money came from his two tours.
According to Forbes, the majority of Bunny's 2022 income came from two tours: El Último Tour Del Mundo and The World's Hottest Tour.
On top of that, his fourth studio album "Un Verano Sin Ti," released in May 2022, sold 3.8 million copies through January 2023, according to Hits magazine.
He boasts a number of lucrative endorsement deals.
Bunny has deals with Corona, Cheetos, and Adidas among others, according to Forbes.
And is also a movie star.
Bunny played a Mexican assassin known as The Wolf in David Leitch's 2022 film "Bullet Train."
The film, which also starred Brad Pitt, Joey King, and Sandra Bullock, grossed $239 million worldwide.
And a WWE wrestler.
In 2022, Bunny competed in WWE's men's Royal Rumble match. He made it to the final five contestants before being eliminated by eventual winner Brock Lesnar.
According to Cosmopolitan, Bunny made an estimated $100,000 from the appearance.
Bad Bunny owns an $8.8 million mansion in Los Angeles.
Purchased in January 2023, the Hollywood Hills property boasts eight bedrooms, seven bathrooms, several living rooms, a dining room, and an island-equipped kitchen, according to Dirt.
The mansion, which is perched high up in the hills above Sunset Strip, also has a large backyard complete with an infinity-edge pool and barbecue center.
And an impressive collection of cars.
According to Sportskeeda, the 29-year-old's impressive collection of luxury cars includes a BMW M4, Mercedes G-Wagon, Rolls Royce Dawn, and a Toyota Corolla.
The rarest of which is a Bugatti Chiron Sport 110 Ans.
Only 20 of the Bugatti Chiron Sport 110 Ans were ever made and Bunny is the owner of one of them.
The Chiron, which features a carbon fiber body and an 8L quad-turbocharged W16 petrol engine, is capable of reaching a maximum speed of 420 km/h.
The car retails for upward of $3.2 million.
Bunny also owns a number of businesses, including a restaurant.
In August 2022, Bad Bunny launched his own Japanese-inspired steakhouse, Gekkō, in Miami with entrepreneur David Grutman.
The launch party was attended by a number of stars, including Karol G, Future, Joe Jonas, DJ Khaled, and David and Victoria Beckham.
And a basketball team.
Bunny became co-owner of the Puerto Rican basketball team, Los Cangrejeros de Santurce, in May 2021.
The team plays in the Baloncesto Superior Nacional (BSN), Puerto Rico's first-tier-level professional men's basketball league.
It's not all work for Bunny, though. He also loves to go on vacation.
Ahead of the release of "Un Verano Sin Ti," Bunny shared a TikTok of him enjoying a vacation while teasing one of the album's tracks, "Me Fui de Vacaciones."
"Me Fui de Vacaciones" roughly translates to "I Went on Vacations."
"I went on vacation with a lot of beer and songs," he sings in Spanish in the song. "A shot for good friendships and for blessings. And if the day gets ugly, you make it beautiful for me. I do not ask for more desire, I have everything I need."
And spend time with his adorable puppy.
Vacations aren't the only things Bunny writes songs about.
During an Instagram Live last year, the singer said his love song, "Ojitos Lindos" ("Pretty Eyes" in English), was written about his beagle, Sansa.
"The most beautiful eyes I have ever seen are Sansa's, they're the cutest," he said, according to Yahoo. "I wrote it with a lot of feeling and it's the first song I write feeling love toward someone."
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