The whole world has witnessed, and much more than that, the issue that has revolutionized the international music scene in recent hours. There could be no other name involved than that of Bizarrap, who has become Shakira's ally to send a few messages to her long-time life partner, Piqué, and also to the soccer player's new partner, Clara Chía.
As a consequence of the popularity and media coverage of their careers, there are many facts that, over the years, have been brought to us about their professional lives. On the contrary, there is not so much information that we have been able to know about their private lives and their relationship. For this reason, from The Look we tell you everything you need to know to understand what happened between them and why some references that Shakira makes in her new song.
Shakira's new song has Piqué as a protagonist
There is no doubt that Shakira's and Piqué's are the two names of the moment around the world. This is because the singer, in her new song with Bizarrap, does not cut and has taken the opportunity to throw on her former partner all kinds of negative allusions, as well as their differences in the relationship and the one who is now the new girlfriend of the footballer.
These are the seven blows of Shakira to Piqué in his song with Bizarrap
We can start by talking about the first reference that the lyrics makes to the footballer, by ensuring that "so much that you give yourself as a champion and when I needed you you gave your worst version", it hints that Piqué left much to be desired in the difficult moments of the singer.
Here we can understand that she is mentioning the disloyalty of the ex-football player in the last moments of the relationship. This she strings it together with the first attack towards Clara, the 22-year-old who, currently, is Piqué's girlfriend and with whom he was unfaithful. "I've outgrown you and that's why you're with a girl just like you".
In this sense, Shakira makes some comparisons in which she leaves herself above Clara, with phrases like "you changed a Rolex for a Casio" or "you changed a Ferrari for a Twingo".
Explanations for some of the references to Piqué, such as his debt with the tax authorities
Already put, it seems that Shakira made the decision to take out everything she had inside in this song and, of course, could not miss one of the most controversial stories surrounding Piqué: his debt with the Treasury.
This he mentions with the phrase "you left me as a neighbor to the mother-in-law, with the press at the door and the debt of Hacienda". His trial with the Spanish Treasury for allegedly defrauding 14.5 million euros has been one of the Catalan's most recent scandals.
Finally, the finishing touch to the references to the ex-footballer is the length of the song. Curiously, it is exactly 3 minutes and 33 seconds, something that alludes to the number 3 that Piqué wore on his dorsal when he played for Barcelona.