Shakira releases new song with hidden message to Gerard Pique as she starts new life in Miami after divorce | The Sun
SHAKIRA has released a new song with hidden messages to Gerard Pique as she starts a new life in Miami after her messy divorce.
The Hips Don't Lie singer's latest track is dedicated to her kids Milan and Sasha, but takes multiple swipes at the ex-Barcelona star.
Although the popstar does not explicitly mention Pique, fans have spotted hidden messages in the song which seem to allude to her past relationship.
In the new tack, titled Acrostic, Shakira recalls her time with the retired Barcelona defender as she sings: "Only one plate was broken, not all the dishes , and although I don't know how to turn the other cheek, learning to forgive is wise."
She then goes on say: "If things are damaged, they are not thrown away, they are repaired, problems are faced and faced. You have to laugh at life even though the wounds hurt."
But this is not the first time Shakira has taken a stab at Pique as Acrostic follows in the wake of the hits I Congratulate You, Monotonía, Music Sessions #53 with Bizzarap, and TQG.
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She belted out the Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53 diss track in a racy leather outfit for the first time, on The Tonight Show in March.
Speaking to Jimmy Fallon, Shakira said the song has been "a healthy way to channel my emotions" – and added she had to "put up with so much c**p".
She took to the stage in a mesh bodysuit and leather trousers to give her first ever live performance of the song – which soared the charts and hit the top spot on the Billboard Global 200.
In the brutal song, Shakira took swipes at Pique's new girlfriend Clara Chia, 23, who he was rumoured to have been started dating before they split.
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Shakira made it crystal clear she is referring to Clara with the lyrics: “I’m worth two 22's. You traded a Ferrari for a Twingo. You traded a Rolex for a Casio.”
And Pique responded to the song by turning up to work in an £8,000 Renault Twingo.
He also boasted that his new seven-a-side project the King’s League had landed a sponsorship deal with Casio – adding that the cheaper watch would “last a lifetime”.
The track which reached millions of views on YouTube in just a matter of weeks also includes the lyrics: "I'm too big for you, that's why you're with someone just like you."
The diss track BZRP Music Sessions #53 forced the footie ace and public relations student Clara into hiding, in a bid to avoid the backlash.
But Pique was spotted romancing his girlfriend with red roses on a romantic trip to Dubai last month.
The pair are believed to be enjoying their first loved-up holiday in the United Arab Emirates since they went public with their relationship.
Ironically, it is where Shakira sought solace with their two sons, Milan, nine, and Sasha, seven, over Christmas as their messy split unfolded.
Pique has reportedly spoiled his new woman by booking a luxury hotel and whisking her away to celebrate her recent birthday.
The Colombian superstar announced her separation from Pique last May after spending 11 years together.
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The Colombian singer-songwriter was reportedly "evicted" from her Barcelona home by Pique's dad last month, sparking her move back to Miami.
Shakira’s wish to move to Miami, where she used to live and part of her family are based, is understood to have been the sticking point in the former couple’s previous failure to strike an out-of-court settlement.
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