Bad Bunny and Kendall Jenner continue to fuel relationship rumors at Milan Fashion Week

Bad Bunny and Kendall Jenner are seen at Gucci during Milan Fashion Week on Sept. 22, 2023, in Milan, Italy.

Bad Bunny and Kendall Jenner are revealing a lot without actually saying anything at all.

After months of playing coy about whether they’re in a relationship, the fashionistas made a statement by sitting together at Gucci’s fashion show Friday during Milan Fashion Week.

The Puerto Rican reggaeton star, 29, and the model/entrepreneur, 27, matched in neutrals as they were seated in the front row of the showcase for Gucci Creative Director Sabato De Sarno’s debut collection for the fashion house. Bad Bunny (real name Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio) donned a beige beanie and white button-down shirt paired with straight-leg jeans while Jenner wore wine-colored heels and a beige trench coat.

The duo played it cool by topping off their looks with sunglasses for the indoor event.

Kendall and Bad Bunny continue to fuel — but never confirm — relationship rumors

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - MAY 12: Kendall Jenner and Bad Bunny attend the Western Conference Semifinal Playoff game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Golden State Warriors at Arena on May 12, 2023 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images) ORG XMIT: 775977197 ORIG FILE ID: 1254370913

Jenner and Bad Bunny’s international outing is one of several in recent weeks, including a night out in New York City over the weekend. Their appearance also comes on the heels of Bad Bunny addressing his relationship with “The Kardashians” star — well, sort of — in a Vanity Fair cover story interview.

“They don’t know how you feel, they don’t know how you live, they don’t know anything, and I really don’t want them to know,” he said of the public. “I’m not really interested in clarifying anything because I have no commitment to clarify anything to anyone.”

In May, he released “Where She Goes,” a combo of reggaeton, hip-hop and EDM that some believe is about Jenner. Though it’s primarily sung in Spanish, fans have speculated that the English-language title means his new material might not be performed primarily in his native language.

Bad Bunny told Vanity Fair that he doesn’t “hate the idea” of singing in English, but feels more comfortable in his own language. He does let slip, though, that with “some specific people” he speaks English because “with one of them, I couldn’t talk to her before.”

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“Where She Goes” wasn’t the first time fans speculated that the Grammy winner was dropping hints about Jenner in his music.

Soon after rumors the two were dating started swirling earlier this year, he included some choice words as the featured artist in Eladio Carrión’s song “Coco Chanel.”

A line involving “dangerous” Scorpios — “Las de escorpio son peligro” — that’s followed with a comparison of the heat of the sun in Puerto Rico versus Phoenix — “Pero el sol de PR calienta má’ que el de Phoenix / Ella lo sabe …” — in the first verse raised eyebrows.

Jenner’s birthday is Nov. 3, and her astrological sign is Scorpio. Booker, who previously dated Jenner for two years, is a shooting guard for the Phoenix Suns, so the second line could potentially allude to Bad Bunny being a better suitor than a rival in Phoenix — and the song’s female subject knows it.

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Contributing: Melissa Ruggieri, USA TODAY

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