- Bad Bunny is considered the most profitable singer today in the music industry
- From working in a supermarket as a packager to becoming the ‘king of streaming’
- But, how much money does ‘The Bad Rabbit’ have?
Perhaps for many the name of Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio does not mean much or does not sound very familiar to them, but everything changes when it is discovered that it is the Puerto Rican singer Bad Bunny, who from working in a supermarket as a packer has become the ‘king of streaming’.
Born on March 10, 1994 in Almirante Sur, Puerto Rico, the actor is also considered the most profitable singer in the music industry today, but many wonder how much money he has and the amount is simply impressive. Keep reading…
Bad Bunny is linked to Chavismo
According to information from The universal, a former Chavista deputy minister would have invested in the career of Puerto Rican reggaeton singer Bad Bunny. According to journalist Óscar Serrano, from the news outlet Noticel, there is a court case in Puerto Rico where the name of Rafael Ricardo Jiménez Dan comes to light, who was Deputy Minister of Legal Security in the Ministry of Interior and Justice of Venezuela from 2006 to 2013 in the mandate of the late Hugo Chávez.
Jiménez Dan would be behind the origin of the Rimas Entertainment, LLC group, by contributing money to start its operations and with it, to the career of the Puerto Rican singer Bad Bunny. Jiménez is a majority shareholder at 51 percent when it comes to the company.