WWE 24/7 Champion, Bad Bunny, has just won a Grammy Award. WWE praised Bad Bunny on his first-ever Grammy Award. He won the Grammy for Best Latin Pop or Urban Album for his record “YHLQMDLG” during the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards.
The collection “YHLQMDLG” is Bad Bunny’s second solo album. He delivered it in February 2020, and it debuted at number two on the US Billboard 200. It turned into Spotify’s most-streamed album globally last year.
WWE Raw Superstar Damian Priest, who has developed a friendship with Bad Bunny, additionally congratulated him on his Grammy win.
Bad Bunny is a long-time professional wrestling fan who as of late took his being a fan to the following level this year, getting engaged with wrestling storylines and even supposedly preparing to perform inside the ring.
He first showed up on WWE TV during the Royal Rumble 2021, where he performed his song “Booker T” and performed a top rope splash onto Miz and John Morrison when the last destroyed his DJ set.
With the assistance of Priest, Bunny won the WWE day in and day out Championship on the February 15 episode of WWE Raw, sticking Akira Tozawa.