David Grutman is also co-owner of Bad Bunny’s restaurant in Miami, which opened on August 11. Recently an event was held after the restaurant opened. The Japanese steakhouse and sushi restaurant is called the Gekko and is in the Brickell neighborhood.
While heading to the event, the rapper was seen in a black suit and black sunglasses. His fans applauded him. Joe Jonas, Andy Garcia, Future, Karol G, Sophie Turner, DJ Khaled, Lil Wayne, Jhayco and other entertainment industry personalities came to the party.
The restaurant can accommodate 185 people. It was made by Rockwell Group and has indoor and outdoor seating. David Grutman said the restaurant was the result of his obsession with food and after talking to Bunny he knew he would be the perfect match for something related to his food tastes.
The best dishes, like cuts of wagyu beef, sushi rolls and Japanese dishes, are on the menu. Also on the menu, Tomahawk steak and filet mignon.
Bad Bunny is known for his deep, fuzzy vocals and his work with Arcangel, Rosalia, J Balvin, Jhay Cortez, Daddy Yankee and other singers.
CelebrityNetWorth estimates the 28-year-old has a net worth of around $18 million. Although we do not know much about his assets, we know that he has a lot of money thanks to his singing career and the success of his albums.
The guy from Vega Baja, Puerto Rico rose to fame on SoundCloud, where he released music as an independent artist and was covered by the Hear this Music label. He rose to fame after the 2016 release of his song “Soy Peor”. He also worked with Cardi B and Drake on the songs “I Like It” and “Mia.”
Bad Bunny’s debut album X 100pre was released in 2018. It won the Latin Grammy for Best Urban Music Album that year. Then, in 2019, he worked with J Balvin on the album Oasis. His second album, YHLQMDLG, was released in 2020. El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo, his next album, and the single “Dakiti” topped the Billboard 200 chart.
He joined WWE in 2021 and he made his first show for the American company at the Royal Rumble in January this year. He wrestled at the WWE Performance Center, where Adam Pearce and Drew Gulak taught him. He was on Monday Night Raw.
Bad Bunny won the WWE 24/7 Championship at one point. He then competed and won a tag team match at WrestleMania 37, which was the main event.