Bad Bunny’s Miami restaurant opening was a smashing success: See his Bugatti get hit

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What a smashing evening. Pun intended.

Pretty much of all Miami’s celebrity royalty was under one roof to celebrate Bad Bunny’s new restaurant Gekkō in Brickell. But a lot of the action went on outside.

True to form, Bunny arrived to the restaurant in style: in a black suit — and his famous, all-white Bugatti, reportedly worth a cool $3 million.

Apparently, the trap star caused such a commotion in the neighborhood that he unintentionally stopped traffic after thousands of fans swarmed the new spot.

“Benito! Benito!” chanted the crowd (that’s the Puerto Rican star’s real name).

At one point, a light colored Lamborghini SUV is seen tapping the rear bumper of the trap artist’s luxury wheels, as seen on lifestyle page Only in Dade. Yikes, that ought to leave a mark. At least Bad Bunny has the video for his insurance company.

Oh, to be a fly on the wall at this chichi party at the Japanese steakhouse, which is co-owned by nightlife king David Grutman.

The local glitterati were out in force: From former boy bander Joe Jonas and rapper extraordinaire DJ Khaled to A-list actor Andy Garcia and model Candice Swanepoel.

Snippets from the evening: Insiders tell us Future and Lil Wayne were seen on a couch in “deep conversation,” while Karol G flitted from table to table, Jake Paul held court at the sushi bar and Derek Jeter and David Beckham talked shop (we’re not sure if the topic was baseball or soccer or parenting).

Also spotted: Jonas’ wife, new mom/”Game of Thrones” star Sophie Turner, who was so engrossed in conversation with designer Victoria Beckham — there with three of her four kids — that the ladies combined tables.

Conspicuously not in the house: The former Spice Girl’s daughter in law Nicola Peltz, who recently married Brooklyn Beckham. The two women were reportedly feuding over fashion after the “Transformers” actress did not wear a Posh-designed dress.

They can’t stand each other and don’t talk,” a source spilled to Page Six earlier this month.

Oops. Maybe by the time another Grutman restaurant rolls around, they’ll be besties.