Bad Bunny rents out his ‘larger-than-life big truck’ on Airbnb (PHOTOS)
Rapper Bad Bunny is to rent its huge, fashionable trailer after its tour stop in Miami, and you might be the next one to stay.
The proudly Puerto Rican rapper has over 9.1 billion plays on Spotify. He also plays and wrestles occasionally, and now he’s trying out Airbnb hosting.
“Being on tour has reconnected me with my fans and the energy they give me at every gig in every city we visit is amazing,” the artist said in a declaration from Airbnb.
“I hope that by welcoming guests in my truck, I can make them feel like they are on tour with me. This truck played such a big part in the concept of my tour and my latest album that I want to share this unique experience with them.
The Bad Bunny Airbnb is beautiful pic.twitter.com/nAnKrZ9olS
— Conejo Bonito (@elconejobonito) March 23, 2022
The matte black 53-foot semi-trailer is commendable to anyone who can afford it, and it comes with tickets to its sold-out El Último Tour Del Mundo 2022 tour.
The “large larger than life platformis one of a kind inside and out, “inspired by the colorful and fashion-forward style of Bad Bunny.”
It’s super sleek, equipped with the sound system you’d expect from a professional touring artist, and you’ll feel like a rap star while you’re in it.
Bad Bunny X AirBnb. pic.twitter.com/7Vs9wrGoGW
— Access Bad Bunny (@AccessBadBunny) March 23, 2022
Designed by West Coast Customs, the rig comes with chrome flames, custom grille and lights and a full leather interior.
Bad Bunny loves trucks in a whole new way. One of them even took center stage during the opening sequence of his touring set, and he just wants to share the obsession.
“The trailer will offer a glimpse into the artist’s deeply personal space, inspired by some of his most popular music videos, including a bedroom decorated with flowers,” Airbnb said.
—Airbnb (@Airbnb) March 23, 2022
It is available for three individual one night stays on 6th, 7th and 8th April. Two guests can stay for just $91 per night — “a nod to its record 9.1 billion Spotify streams in 2021,” Airbnb said.
“Guests will have the opportunity of sus vidas to discover a space that explores the past, present and future of Bad Bunny, both on and off stage.
The rapper won’t be able to meet you there in person, but you’ll receive a virtual welcome upon arrival, as well as a tour of Bad Bunny’s favorite locations in Miami and a photo op with his trailer.
This is not a contest, and you must cover your own travel to, from and around Miami and your accommodations on the night of the concert.
Airbnb is also making a one-time donation to Fundación Good Bunny, which works to improve the quality of life for young Puerto Ricans by supporting youth arts and sports initiatives.
Bad Bunny fans can ask reserve the trailer starting March 29 at 1 p.m. EST.