Bad Bunny may have a certain pair of ojitos lindos on his mind.
At least, fans think he does with the release of his new song “Where She Goes” and its corresponding music video. After both debuted May 18, social media users floated around ideas that perhaps Bad Bunny could be dropping references to Kendall Jenner, his rumored romance since February.
It was a few weeks later that inspiration struck Bad Bunny for the song’s lyrics.
“I remember, like two months ago, I had this feeling, I had this vibe, and I remind about this bit,” he told Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1 on May 18. “I look for it and I say when I play it, I just start to sing automatically. I just start [singing]. So I went straight to the studio with my guy… and I told him, ‘Yo, I think I have a new anthem.'”
In the song, Bad Bunny details a romantic night with a woman he can’t forget about, though he hasn’t confirmed who may have influenced the track.
“Me gusta tu flow (Flow)/ Tranquilita tú siempre te roba’ el show,” Bad Bunny says, which translates to, “I like your flow / Quietly you always steal the show.”
And then there’s the music video, which was filmed in a desert landscape and has fans buzzing about potential Kendall easter eggs. Keep scrolling to see why fans think the supermodel may have inspired certain visual elements.