The Simpsons Predicted The Cancellation Of A Popular Musician?

The Simpsons predicted that Bad Bunny would be harassed and break a fan’s phone in a short with Homer and Marge from 2021.

By Jonathan Klotz | Published

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In a painful reminder that time marches on unstoppably, there is a chance The Simpsons older than most people reading this article. In the 33 years that the show has been on the air, what once seemed like funny asides and throwaway gags, has become a very accurate prediction. As the show’s official Twitter account points out, the writers did it again, correctly predicting that Bad Bunny would get in trouble for breaking a fan’s cell phone (via TMZ) .

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The worldwide superstar Bad Bunny, the most streamed artist in the world for three straight years, and the most successful Spanish musician in history, is now in hot water with his fans online about throwing a young woman’s phone into the river. According to the superstar, in a now-deleted Tweet, he threw the phone because the fan wasn’t showing him “respect”. According to him, he would always appreciate real interaction with a fan but a phone in his face makes him think they are looking for clout, which is a sign of disrespect according to Bad Bunny, perfectly captured it. The SimpsonsSort of.

The Simpsons characters were featured in a short video accompanying the music video for “Te Deseo Lo Mejor,” in which Homer is obsessed with his phone. Marge leaves her husband, ending up in the front row at a Bad Bunny concert, when the musician calls them on stage and smashes Homer’s phone. Someone, somewhere, was well aware of the feelings of singer “Booker T” regarding fans with cell phones.

Predictions from The Simpsons considered cute when in 2012 they showed Lady Gaga flying above the crowd at the Super Bowl and then five years later, a little scary with the unexpected election of Donald Trump for President in 2016, and surprisingly right with Disney acquiring Fox in 2019. What used to be a cute meme has now reached the point where fans of ‘ times trawl for other fun glimpses of our future.

Bad Bunny inside Bullet Train

The Simpsons may not have included Bad Bunny in a regular episode, but assuming the Puerto Rican singer recovers from his phone-throwing incident, he’ll likely appear at some point soon. 2022 was a breakout year for the star, his latest album Un Verano Sin Ti, the most streamed of the year, and is the first all-Spanish album to be nominated for a Grammy for best album. His worldwide support tour, with a pair of sold-out shows at the legendary Yankee Stadium, was the top-grossing tour of the year.

In addition, Bad Bunny made his first feature film in a Brad Pitt action film Bullet Train as The Wolf, a hitman out for revenge on the man who killed his wife. Earlier in the year, he made his return to WWE, officially entering the annual Royal Rumble event, performing a Canadian Destroyer on Matt Riddle and finally being eliminated by Brock Lesnar. To be immortal in The Simpsons It’s usually a sign that a celebrity has “made it,” but in Bad Bunny’s case, it now refers to an event that the world’s most popular performing artist would like to do. -a world to forget.


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