Bad Bunny's Ex Sues Over Voice Memo


Bad Bunny has been slapped with a lawsuit from his ex fiancée, who claims he used her voice on two tracks without permission.

Carliz de la Cruz Hernández alleges a voice memo in which she coos “Bad Bunny baby” appears on 2016’s “Pa Ti” and again on last year’s “Dos Mil 16.”

According to the lawsuit, which was filed March 1 in Puerto Rico, Bad Bunny’s photographer Jomar Dávila told Hernández last May that the music star’s label Rimas Entertainment wanted to buy the recording for $2,000.

Negotiations between Hernández and Rimas fell apart, according to the statement of claim, but the recording was used anyway on the song and at Bad Bunny’s concerts.

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Hernández, who is a lawyer, alleges violations of her rights and unjust enrichment. She is seeking at least $40 million U.S. in compensation and damages.

Bad Bunny, whose real name is Benito Ocasio, was in a relationship with Hernández from 2011 to 2016.

NotiCel was first to report on the lawsuit.

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