Bad Bunny to Star in Netflix’s Groundbreaking Queer Series
**Bad Bunny To Join Queer Series On Netflix**
Bad Bunny is ready to join a queer romantic series on Netflix. Despite controversies surrounding his behaviour with fans and a pending lawsuit, the actor from Fast and Furious 9 and American Sole will join the series adaptation of Adam Silvera’s queer novel, ‘Both Die at the End’.
The book’s synopsis tells the story of two young Latinos, Mateo Torrez and Rufus Emeterio, who are informed by Death-Cast that they will die on September 5, shortly after midnight. To make their last day worth living, they use an app called ‘The Last Friend’ to connect with each other.
Chris Van Dusen, the creator of Bridgerton, will also be a part of the series. Although the exact role of Bad Bunny in this project is yet to be revealed, it could possibly involve production, acting and music.
The series will feature the debut of the Puerto Rican singer-songwriter, who was recognised with awards, including Latin Grammy and 15 Billboard Music Awards.