Bad Bunny makes a surprise appearance at a university in

Bad Bunny makes a surprise appearance at a university in Miami

In an unexpected event at Florida International University (FIU), acclaimed Puerto Rican singer Bad Bunny surprised more than 400 students by taking “The David Grutman Experience” course.

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During this special session led by renowned hotel and restaurant entrepreneur David Grutman, Bad Bunny talked about his career in the music industry and his experiences as a businessman.

Known for his innovative style, the urban music artist stormed into the class and hid his face behind a scarf, causing astonishment among the youngsters present. As he walked from the back of the room to the stage where Grutman was waiting for him, the moment became one of the highlights of the event.

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The conversation focused on anecdotes and shared experiences, including the story of how Grutman introduced Bad Bunny and rapper Drake, a collaboration that led to the hit single “Mia.” In addition, details about joint projects between the two were discussed.

Grutman's sessions at FIU, which last about an hour, are known for their star guests and buttsr addresses topics about the growth and evolution of his company, Groot Hospitality, in the competitive world of hospitality. Grutman emphasized the importance of cultivating relationships in this sector. Earlier this month, famous rapper and record executive Rick Ross took the class.

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