Watch a Lamborghini Urus Driver Hit Bad Bunny's Bugatti Chiron

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Reggaeton superstar Bad Bunny opened a restaurant in Miami on Thursday. It's not usually car news. Unfortunately for the pop star, and even more unfortunate for an unnamed Lamborghini Urus driver, that quickly changed.
The star and new restaurateur brought his Bugatti Chiron with him, as one would expect from a Miami restaurant opening. This put him in the middle of a classic game of reorganizing the exotic cars in the valet, right in front of a Lamborghini Urus. When trying to park, the Urus driver appeared to collide with the Bugatti at low speed. Video from fans showed an audible crunch:
At either angle, both cars don't appear to be escaping any visible damage. The event appeared to have continued uninterrupted by the crash, with a Miami Herald report indicating that many celebrities were there to have beef with their famous daughters-in-law and the other things celebrities do.
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Incredibly, this isn't the first time Bad Bunny's special Chiron has been in the news. Earlier this year, he used it to promote an album with a fake classified ad that certainly frustrated potential used Chiron buyers. The car was also briefly defaced as part of a 2021 WWE show, although it has apparently since been restored to its original condition.
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