Successful in the world for making the people dance with his 'perreos', Bad Bunny confessed that not everything has been 'honey on a stick', as he has had depressive episodes in his life.
This was revealed by the singer in an interview with the newspaper "El País" and between laughs, he said he did the impossible not to lose his mind. "Some days it is difficult, but I have not had time to go crazy," said with humor the singer of 'Yo perreo sola'.
"It's been a while since I've been 100% clear in my head about what I've accomplished, maybe a year or six months ago. But until then, many times I forgot, I felt that I was the child who worked in the supermarket," said the also exponent of the trap.
However, his work kept him away from his family, something that affected his emotions: "The world saw me, but I was missing," said the interpreter, who returned to Puerto Rico with his family.
Bad Bunny has had impressive numbers in his music channels. Last year it is estimated that the artist closed with more than 8 billion plays on Spotify alone.
Bad Bunny's album 'YHLQMDLG', released last February, was the most played internationally, with more than 3.3 billion plays worldwide.
His second album, 'Las que no iban a salir', was released surprisingly on May 10th, with collaborations from artists such as Don Omar, Nicky Jam, Jhay Cortez, Zion and Lennox, and Yandel, among others.