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Dangerous Bunny Sued by Ex-Girlfriend for Utilizing Her Voice Memo in Songs With out Permission

Dangerous Bunny Sued by Ex-Girlfriend for Utilizing Her Voice Memo in Songs With out Permission

Bad Bunny Sued by Ex-Girlfriend for Using Her Voice Memo in Songs Without Permission

Dangerous Bunny is being sued by Carliz De La Cruz Hernández, his ex-girlfriend, for the unauthorized use of certainly one of her voice recordings in his music, in line with a brand new lawsuit considered by Pitchfork. The voice memo options De La Cruz saying “Dangerous Bunny, child” in a breathy voice and has been used within the 2016 single “Pa Ti” and Un Verano Sin Ti’s “Dos Mil 16.” She filed the lawsuit this month in a Puerto Rico court docket, claiming that each her voice and the phrase—which she allegedly got here up with—are getting used with out her permission. She’s looking for $40 million as compensation.

“1000’s of individuals have commented straight on Carliz’s social media networks, in addition to each time she goes to a public place, about ‘Dangerous Bunny, child.’ This has induced, and at present causes, De La Cruz to really feel nervous, anguished, intimidated, overwhelmed and anxious,” reads a unfastened translation of the lawsuit. Additionally sued are Rimas Leisure and Dangerous Bunny’s supervisor Noah Kamil Assad Byrne. Pitchfork has reached out to Dangerous Bunny’s representatives for remark.

Dangerous Bunny and De La Cruz began courting in 2011 and attended faculty collectively on the College of Puerto Rico the next yr. In line with the lawsuit, the Reggaetón artist was allegedly writing songs and sometimes sought her enter throughout this time interval. She was allegedly in command of dealing with invoices, managing contracts, and scheduling occasions. The lawsuit claims the phrase “Dangerous Bunny, child” first surfaced in 2015, and Dangerous Bunny requested De La Cruz to document herself saying it. In line with the criticism, the couple finally broke up in 2017.

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Within the lawsuit, De La Cruz claims {that a} consultant for Dangerous Bunny contacted her in early Might to realize permission to make use of her voice memo in a music. In line with the criticism, she refused a proposal of $2,000 to purchase the recording and requested to debate a contract for licensing her voice. “De La Cruz reiterated that the one technique to formalize an settlement is that if this was carried out in writing,” reads a translation of the lawsuit. 

De La Cruz claims that she and the consultant met as much as hear the monitor, and she or he as soon as once more refused to authorize the tag within the music, allegedly saying that she didn’t really feel snug with it. In the future earlier than the discharge of Un Verano Sin Ti, the consultant despatched her a contract that was “excessively complete, so she felt cheated,” in line with the lawsuit. Hours earlier than the album’s launch, a special Rimas worker then allegedly despatched an alternate contract looking for permission to make use of her voice memo within the upcoming “Dos Mil 16” and, retroactively, “Pa Ti.” The lawsuit claims that Un Verano Sin Ti got here out sooner or later later with the unauthorized voice memo.

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