Colombian singer Shakirain collaboration with the Argentine music producer of the moment, bizarrereleased a topic called Music Sessions #53 which obviously would be addressed to his ex-partner and father of his children, the former Spanish soccer player Gerard Piqué.
Although this is a topic obviously linked to international entertainment, the references that the Colombian singer made to her ex-husband and his current girlfriend, Clara Chiawho has been singled out as a bone of contention, were well worth it for the portal to laley.pe put them under legal analysis.
The possible affectation of the transgression of the limits of freedom of expression, the right to honorprivacy or even an alleged criminal commission by defamation against Piqué and Chía, because of what was expressed with the lyrics of the song, they definitely deserved to enter into the matter of analysis.
According to what was indicated by the portal, the right to creative freedom or freedom of expression It was exercised by Shakira and Bizarrap, under the premise that it is a “guarantee” considered “the cornerstone” of a democracy by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.
According to laley.pethis right is recognized by the Spanish Political Constitution and also by our Magna Carta as a fundamental right, specifically, in article 2, which refers: “To freedom of information, opinion, expression and dissemination of thought through the oral word or written or image, by any means of social communication, without prior authorization or censorship or any impediment, under the responsibilities of law.