Bad Bunny Sued by Ex-Girlfriend Over Infringement
Global sensation Bad Bunny is in the news for a multi-million dollar infringement lawsuit from his ex-girlfriend. The Puerto Rican singer is being sued for $40 million by his ex who claims he used recordings of her voice without permission.
The lawsuit alleges that former Carrís de la Cruz Hernández’s voice and the phrase she came up with, “Bad Bunny, baby,” were used without her permission.
The two songs intertwined in this infringement claim are the hit “Pa Ti,” which has over 355 million plays on YouTube alone and over 235 million plays on Spotify. The second song “Dos Mil 16” is her successful record with 60 million views on YouTube and 28 million views on Spotify.
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His ex-girlfriend’s prominent voice is said to have also been used for global promotions on several media platforms. It is said to have been created by Cruise, as requested by my Bad Bunny.
“Since then, not only have thousands of people commented directly on Carliss’ social media networks, but they have commented on ‘Bad Bunny, baby’ every time she has gone public,” the lawsuit said. , de la Cruz is worried, distressed, threatened, overwhelmed and insecure,” the lawsuit states.
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