Shakira denies for Spanish courts and plagiarism with La Bicicleta

Shakira has Wednesday afternoon for the court, stated that they have no plagiarism has been committed with the release of the song La Bicicleta. The singer appeared in Madrid, in the district court after a Cuban musician her accuses.

La Bicicleta, in 2016 appeared duet with the Colombian singer Carlos Vives, is, according to the Cuban musician Livám stolen.

He claims that a number of agreements and pieces of the lyrics can also be found in his song Yo Te Quiero Tanto, 1997, that he had ever to Vives sent for a collaboration.

Shakira denied the allegations, according to a journalist from the Spanish newspaper El País who was present at the trial. “The styles of the two songs are completely different.” She explained that her song within the Colombian vallenatogenre falls, while the song of Livám salsa, and even sang a little to her argument.

The Spain-based Shakira on June 12, again in the court in Madrid is expected. They must then justify in a case about tax fraud. She is suspected of 14.5 million euros in tax to have evaded.


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