The singer is being sued for about $40 million USD by Bad Bunny’s ex-girlfriend, who claims that he improperly used her voice in two of his tracks.

The breathy “Bad Bunny, baby” voice memo that can be heard on the songs “Pa Ti” from 2017 and “Dos Mil 16” from 2022, the latter of which is featured on the Grammy-winning album Un Verano Sin Ti, is allegedly the work of Carliz De La Cruz Hernández.

De La Cruz’s attorneys assert in the complaint that she made the voice memo in 2015 while dating the singer. She claims that while at a party, he asked her to make a voice memo for him, and she sent him several different versions of it.

Just days before Un Verano Sin Ti was published, Bad Bunny’s legal team allegedly made De La Cruz an offer to purchase the rights to a voice recording from her for $2,000 USD, but De La Cruz allegedly declined. The lawsuit claims that De La Cruz’s “unmistakable voice” has since been used in advertisements, social media posts, radio broadcasts, and even other tracks.

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Since then, thousands of people have made direct comments about the ‘Bad Bunny, infant’ on Carliz’s social media pages and in public places. According to the lawsuit, this has led to De La Cruz’s ongoing feelings of worry, distress, intimidation, overwhelm, and anxiety.

De La Cruz is suing his manager, Noah Kamil Assad Byrne, in addition to demanding compensation from Bad Bunny.

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