Piqué sends a message to Shakira for her new collaboration with Bizarrap

Piqué sends a message to Shakira for her new collaboration with Bizarrap

Shakira and Bizzarap They will premiere this afternoon a single that has already caused controversy, since the song is expected to have some hints for the ex of the Colombian, Gerard Piqué.

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The footballer seems not having taken well the announcement of the collaboration between the Argentine and the singer, so in his account of Twitter posted a series of emoticons that seem to be a hint to Shakira.

A circus tent, a horse, a clown and a ferris wheelwas what Pique answered for the song which will be made public this Wednesday at 6:00 p.m.

Gonzalo Julian Condebetter known as BSZRPpublished in Twitter that the collaboration with the interpreter of “I congratulate you” will be part of your BZRP Music Session #53.

It was two days ago when Shakira He also announced on his social networks that on January 11 there would be something new for all his fans.

A wolf like me is not for guys like you!”, Was the only phrase that accompanied the publication.

This will not be the first song that Shakira dedicates to her ex, since since their separation the Colombian has used music to go through the process of her breakup.

In April 2022, the Barranquillera performed a duet with the reggaetonero Puerto Rican rauw alejandro, “I congratulate you” and the dance of Shakira It was a success on social networks since part of the choreography included the signal that Piqué used in matches with the Barcelona when he celebrated The song reached number 11 on the Billboard Global 200 chart.

The next hit that broke social networks and was also interpreted as a special dedication to Gerard Piqué it was “Monotony”on that occasion the singer sang together with ozuna.

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The premiere was in October 2022 and, although the lyrics were not composed by Shakirathe song recounted what would apparently be one of the reasons for the separation of one of the most media couples of the last years.

“It was not your fault and it was not my fault, it was the fault of the monotony… I never said anything, but it hurt me,” he sang Shakira months after announcing the end of your relationship.


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