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Bad Bunny Sued For $40 Million By Ex Over Using Unauthorized Voice Memo



Bad Bunny’s Ex Sues Him For $40 Million Over Using Unauthorized Voice Memo

Carliz De La Cruz Hernández, the former partner of Bad Bunny, is suing the Puerto Rican artist over the rights to voice recordings used in his music.

Assosciated Press reports that De La Cruz is mounting legal action over her “Bad Bunny, baby” voice memo, which has appeared on numerous songs by the hugely popular star. She is seeking $40 million in damages.

De La Cruz filed the lawsuit earlier this month. It also names Bad Bunny’s label Rimas Entertainment and manager Noah Kamil Assad Byrne and was first reported by online Puerto Rico news site Noticel.

The filing states that she has been left feeling “worried, anguished, intimidated, overwhelmed and anxious” by the attention brought onto her by appearing on songs, including 2016 single “Pa Ti” and Un Verano Sin Ti’s “Dos Mil 16.”

According to the lawsuit, efforts to authorize the voicemail heard in both songs were made by Bad Bunny’s team prior to the release of last year’s Un Verano Sin Ti. However, De La Cruz rejected an offer of $2000 to license the voice memo she recorded while in a relationship with the artist in 2015.

She and Bad Bunny, real name Benito Ocasio, dated from 2011 until 2017. During that time she claims she was responsible for handling his invoices, managing contracts, and scheduling events.

“Kardashian curse is working,” someone commented, referencing the Bad Bunny’s new romance with Kendall Jenner. “She’s about to be the most hated Puerto Rican in the world,” another person wrote.

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