Bad Bunny faces a million-dollar lawsuit for a popular phrase that his ex, Carliz de la Cruz Hernández, claims
Bad Bunny is opening his mansion located in Hollywood Hills, California, and which is valued at just over 10 million dollars (170 million pesos). However, the reggaeton player has a serious legal mess with his ex-girlfriend, Carliz de la Cruz Hernández.
The young woman presented demand of 40 million dollars (just over 680 million pesos) for a recording that the “Bad Rabbit” used without his permission.
Carliz de la Cruz assured that he will not rest until he collects the corresponding royalties, since said audio is part of two famous songs by the Puerto Rican singer-songwriter.
In 2015, Carliz assured that recorded on her boyfriend’s phone the phrase: “Bad Bunny baby”before her boyfriend played the hit, but when he reached the top, he decided to use it in two songs: ‘Pa ti’ and ‘Dos mil 16’.
‘For you’ (2017)
‘Two thousand 16’ (2022)
Until now, Bad Bunny He has not shown signs of wanting to clarify and settle the legal matter, for which his ex-girlfriend also sued Rimas Entertainment, the reggaeton record label, and his representative, Noah Assad.
Bad Bunny’s strategy against his ex
Bad Bunny has a strategy based on an argument to dismiss your ex-partner’s lawsuit. And it is that, the interpreter of songs like ‘un x100to’, ‘Tití me pregunta’ and ‘Me porto bonito’, among others, plans to say that said audio was given to him by Carliz de la Cruz Hernández when he sent it to him through a messaging application.
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