Bad Bunny Apologizes to Harry Styles During Coachella Weekend 2 Performance

Bad Bunny told Harry Styles he was sorry during his headline set at the second weekend of Coachella on Friday, April 21.

"I'm sorry, Harry. My team did something wrong. "We love you 3," said the message on the screen.

The singer from Puerto Rico seemed to make fun of Styles during his historic main set at the first weekend of Coachella 2023 on April 14. He then issued an apology.

While Bunny sang "El Apagón" from his album Un Verano Sin Ti, which topped the Billboard 200,

a screen behind him showed a tweet about Styles that said, "goodnight benito could do as it was, but harry could never do el apagon."

A rep for Bad Bunny told Rolling Stone days after the event that the rapper and singer had nothing to say and that Benito did not agree with the tweet's message.

Jhay Cortez, Arcangel, Jowell & Randy, Grupo Frontera, and Jose Feliciano all worked with Bunny during the second weekend of Coachella.

Before his set, Bunny joined Gorillaz onstage for a special performance of "Tormenta," a song they wrote together.