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Bad Bunny reflects on kissing Gael Garcia Bernal in Cassandro biopic: “It was very cool”

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Music superstar Bad Bunny has opened up about his first on-screen kiss with a man in a new interview. Since 2017, the I Like It rapper has been making waves within the music sphere for his critically acclaimed albums and dynamic music videos.

In addition to his musical talent, the singer-songwriter has also garnered attention for his burgeoning acting career, which includes his upcoming role in the historical biopic Cassandro.

Set in the 1980s, the forthcoming film follows Saúl Armendáriz, aka Cassandro (Gael García Bernal) and his impactful life as the first openly gay wrestler in Mexico’s Lucha Libra.

According to Deadline, Bad Bunny is set to appear in the film as Bernal’s love interest. In a recent interview with Time Magazine, the Un Verano Sin Ti artist opened up about his role and first on-screen kiss with a man. “It was cabrón [badass].

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