Bad Bunny delivers Christmas gifts to children in Puerto Rico
The artist gave out more than 25,000 gifts to underprivileged children.
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Bad Bunny partnered with his Good Bunny Foundation to hand out gifts of art, music, and sports items to children and young people for Christmas.
During a recent gift-giving event for Christmas, Benito handed out soccer balls, basketballs, volleyballs and baseballs and instruments like guitars, violins, pianos, and congas.
As Camila Vega, development coordinator of the Good Bunny Foundation, told EFE, the gifts given during the Bonita Tradición event reflect the three pillars of the organization: music, sports and art.
"We are aimed at supporting underprivileged children and youth and directing them to be leaders under those three pillars," said Vega.
The gift-giving event took place at the Roberto Clemente Coliseum in San Juan, where hundreds of people gathered in the early hours of the morning to be part of the celebration led by the singer.
The Coliseum was decorated in the shape of a gift box with some figures of the Three Wise Men with bunny ears, reported Telemundo. The atmosphere was also set by traditional music, a food stall, and face-painting station.
"A great success in the gift distribution! 🎁🎄✨ Today we spent a family day full of magic and Boricua tradition. #BonitaTradición," wrote the Good Bunny Foundation through its social media along with several photos of the event.
In 2022, Bad Bunny was one of the most successful artists on the planet, becoming the most listened-to artist on Spotify and led one of the best-selling tours with World's Hottest Tour.