See Bad Bunny's Two Known Tattoos

Bad Bunny is adding to his tattoo collection. On Feb. 5, the rapper performed a medley of hits at the 2023 Grammys, and eagle-eyed fans noticed a new design on his arm.

The tattoo is a realistic portrait of a pair of eyes located on the rapper's left forearm. Fans are speculating that it's a tribute to his partner Gabriela Berlingeri. It has a rectangular box of shading behind it, giving it a faux negative-space effect. After spotting it during his performance, fans quickly pulled up a picture from Berlingeri's Instagram account, noticing the uncanny resemblance between her eyes and the portrait. However, neither she nor the rapper has commented on any of the fan theories.

Before the latest addition, the rapper only had one known tattoo: a palm tree on his right thigh with the sun behind it. It's a design that he shares with Berlingeri. With this couple tattoo, the pair is in good company, among other stars like Steph and Ayesha Curry, Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott, and Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas.

While it's unclear whether or not Bad Bunny will continue to add to his tattoo collection, the two designs that he currently has clearly hold personal significance to him. Berlingeri, who is a jewelry designer, has been romantically linked with the rapper since 2017. Though the couple is fairly private about their relationship status, getting matching ink is a pretty serious step in any relationship. If this latest design is, in fact, a tribute to her, she must still hold a special place in his life.

Take a closer look at Bad Bunny's tattoos below.

Bad Bunny's Palm Tree Tattoo

The rapper shares a palm-tree tattoo design with his partner Gabriela Berlingeri. Her design is on the back of her arm. His version of the tattoo, however, is on his upper thigh and is hard to see in pictures.

Bad Bunny's Realistic Eyes Forearm Tattoo
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Bad Bunny's Realistic Eyes Forearm Tattoo

Bad Bunny has a portrait of a pair of eyes on his left forearm. Fans have speculated that it is a tribute to Berlingeri. The design was first spotted at the 65th Grammy Awards on Feb. 5, 2023.