Bad Bunny is wearing his heart on his sleeve—or rather on a chain.
The Grammy winner—who's been spending time with Kendall Jenner in recent months—posted a video to Instagram Stories Aug. 27 in which he can be seen donning a necklace with a "K" charm.
And if the accessory looks familiar, that's because eagle-eyed fans noticed the model has donned the piece featuring her initial before, including on her reality show The Kardashians and in a 2022 video for Vogue.
However, the necklace isn't the only way Bad Bunny seemed to give Kendall a sweet shout-out. The "Moscow Mule" artist also shared a snap of her tequila brand 818 to his Instagram Stories as well as a video in which followers could hear The Kardashians star's voice.
The clip appeared to show the duo out on a hike. And while fans can't see their faces in the video, they can hear Kendall calling a chipmunk the "cutest thing ever" and Bad Bunny telling her, "Mami, be careful."
While Bad Bunny and Kendall have been spotted on multiple outings together—including a recent Drake concert where they showed PDA—over the past six months, the two have still remained tight-lipped on where they stand. However, the "Where She Goes" star has indicated he's protective of his privacy.
"I know something is going to come out. I know [people are] going to say something. People know everything about me, so what's left for me to protect? My private life, my personal life," he told Rolling Stone in an interview published in June, reiterating the same message when asked about his relationship status. "That's the only answer. In the end, the only thing I have is my privacy."
"I love really hard, and I love without apology," she told Harper's Bazaar in an interview published earlier this month. "I don't like goodbyes, and I will fight to not have to say goodbye. I will always fight for relationships. I've been that way since I was little, although I was shy and sometimes very closed off. I don't give up on anything. Some people aren't willing to meet me at that level. But that's okay. I'd rather do that than shut myself off to something and not give it a proper chance."