Bad Bunny‘s dropping knowledge on the next generation — not about music, but about business … as he surprised a class full of college kids in South Florida.
The Puerto Rican singer-songwriter pulled up to Florida International University — dapping up his friend and collaborator, Miami hospitality mogul David Grutman, who was leading a lecture to about 400 students.
Benito’s certainly a master of disguise — walking through the crowded lecture hall with a bandana and sunglasses covering most of his face.
Some students seemed to recognize him before the makeshift mask came off with scattered screams coming out of the crowd, but a clear majority of the future entrepreneurs couldn’t figure it out until the 29-year-old revealed his face.
After giving the crowd time to freak out, naturally, Bunny admitted he felt more comfortable speaking in Spanish, and a student happily agreed to translate for him.
As Grutman spoke about his success opening a new Miami restaurant, purely because he’d tied it to one of the singer’s stadium shows … BB jumped in to add something, but then had to give his translator an assist in saying something in Spanish, ’cause she was at a loss for words.
The moment got a lot of laughs and the impromptu translator took it in stride — it’s hard to get upset when you’re having a moment with one of the biggest artists in the world.
All told, The David Grutman Experience: The Class at Florida International University lasted about an hour and included a story about how DG introduced Bunny to superstar Drake.
It’s good to be connected, as Grutman’s students learned firsthand from Prof. Bunny!!!
Wrong day to ditch class at FIU … that’s for sure.