Cardi B had nothing but good things to say about Bad Bunny after she performed with the Latin superstar at his Los Angeles show over the weekend.

Bad Bunny is currently in the midst of his World’s Hottest Tour, which hit California’s SoFi Stadium on Sunday (October 2) night. Cardi appeared as a special guest for the evening, and following a performance that included her hit “Bodak Yellow,” took to Twitter to say she was shocked by the number of people who attended the gig.

“I was just at this stadium for the super bowl not long ago ..There’s more people here today at bad Bunny’s concert then the Super Bowl,” Cardi tweeted “Literally artist goal !!!!!”

She added: “Bad bunny sooo cool and humble …He took pics and made maaa videos wit my cousins and was makin sure everyone at his party had a good time ……Only saying it because I don’t see a lot of artist do this.He is blessed but I see the reason.”




Cardi is no stranger to the star power of Bad Bunny. She linked up with him and J Balvin for “I Like It” in 2018, which last year went diamond, making Cardi the first female rapper to have multiple diamond records.

Bad Bunny’s fourth studio album Un Verano Sin Ti has remained a commercial juggernaut this past summer, snagging the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 for the 12th time this week. The last album to spend this many nonconsecutive weeks at No. 1 was Drake’s Views, which hit the top spot 13 non-consecutive times in 2016.

As for Cardi, she’s spent this past year hard at work on her long-awaited sophomore album, and in June vowed to “stomp” on the competition with her Invasion of Privacy follow-up.

“Just a little reminder feeling like 2020 when I had to come out and STEP to remind them …..P.S-IM GONNA STOMP THIS TIME AROUND,” Cardi tweeted at the time.

Aside from music, the New York-bred rapper also announced her second Reebok collection of 2022 is set to arrive next month.

The Bronx native shared a trailer featuring behind-the-scenes footage of her perfecting the garments from the new capsule, which will be released at Reebok’s online store on October 14 at 10 a.m. ET.