Did The Simpsons predict that Bad Bunny would launch a fan’s cell phone?

The fan in Casa de Campo was not the only person who suffered the loss of her cell phone: Homer Simpson was a victim of the same situation when in the video clip for ‘I wish you the best’, the artist gets rid of the animated character’s cell phone so that he can spend more time with his family, since Marge she had been annoyed because her husband did not look up from the set.

As if it were a chapter of the series of The Simpson“The Bad Rabbit” helped in the reconciliation of Marge and Homer by throwing it to the ground and breaking the phone, remaining the hero of the story, unlike what is currently happening, since it has received a wave of negative criticism from different parts of the world.

Thanks to this, the followers of the urban exponent relate what happened in La Romana, Dominican Republic, with the story told by the music video that, since its launch on December 24, has managed to accumulate 101,660,308 views and more than 2.6 million. of likes on YouTube.

The Simpson They did it again ”, assure users on social networks, since several chapters of the television program have revealed in advance some significant events that have occurred in real life.

The comedy was right in events such as NASA espionage, the Ebola epidemic, the triumph of Donald Trump, the attack on the Twin Towers, the creation of video calls, smart watches and virtual reality glasses, Neymar’s injury in the 2014 World Cup and Lady Gaga’s participation in the 2017 Super Bowl.

What happened to Bad Bunny and fan?

A few days ago, “El Conejo Malo” arrived in Casa de Campo, La Romana, in the eastern Dominican Republic, to celebrate the New Year with his girlfriend Gabriela Berlingeri and some friends.

When he was going to a restaurant in that area, a group of followers of his music followed him to greet him until the Puerto Rican singer got upset after a young woman put her cell phone in front of his face, trying to get a picture of both of them, which is why the ragman snatched the device from him and tossed it aside.

“Wow! Really?”, exclaimed a mother who took her 12-year-old daughter to see “El Conejo” after witnessing the action.

“They have to respect the space, they have to respect”, claimed The Rabbit.

While another follower said: “We love you however.”

Although many expected an apology, the award-winning artist justified his performance.

“The person who comes up to me to say hello, to tell me something, or just to meet me, will always receive my attention and respect. Those who come to put a phone bastard in my face I will consider it for what it is, a lack of respect and I will treat it the same way,” the interpreter of “Yonaguni” wrote on Twitter.