Logan Paul has made a shocking claim towards Bad Bunny, accusing the Puerto Rican rapper of exploiting a tax program.
Logan Paul has directed some shameful accusations towards Bad Bunny.
While appearing on The Philip DeFranco Show, Paul claimed that Bunny is “privately taking advantage” of the same tax program that he has publicly denounced. Logan Paul alleged that situations such as this personally hurt him, as a Bad Bunny-released documentary has put Logan at the centre of controversy.
Logan Paul described the documentary as making him appear as a “vulture in Puerto Rico”:
“Bad Bunny is a Puerto Rican living in Puerto Rico who is privately taking advantage of the same tax program that he is publicly condemning. I know this, and I see things like this and it hurts. There are local Puerto Ricans that know about this. I see this music video that has stuck me in the middle of it that is surrounded by context that makes me look like a vulture in Puerto Rico.”
Act 22 in Puerto Rican law, officially known as the Act To Promote The Relocation Of Investors To Puerto Rico, involves Puerto Rican natives moving to territory owned by the United States as a means of avoiding paying taxes on certain items relating to investment and real estate.
Both Logan Paul and Bad Bunny have started up WWE careers over the past two years, with Paul wrestling his first match at WrestleMania 38 alongside The Miz to face Rey and Dominik Mysterio, while Bunny wrestled The Miz and John Morrison at WrestleMania 37. He teamed with Damian Priest in the bout.