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Shakira Celebrates Bizarrap Success After Dissing Gerard Pique: “Here’s to women who taught me to make lemonade when life gave sour a** lemons”

The retired Spanish footballer Gerard Piqué is the subject of a song by Colombian singer Shakira that she released on Thursday. The song, BZRP Music Session #53, has received 34 million listens in 17 hours and a flurry of responses, setting off a social media firestorm. The Colombian singer took to her social media to announce the song’s success, breaking streaming records on both Spotify and Youtube. As a result of its surprising lyrics, Shakira’s new song with producer Bizarrap has been making headlines around the globe. Now that is called mind-blowing revenge.

Shakira
Shakira

Over 50 million people have listened to the song on YouTube in the first 24 hours. It appears to be directed at her ex-boyfriend Gerard Pique and his new girlfriend Clara Chia Marti. Simply put, this is well-executed revenge. 

Also read: Furious Shakira Explodes after Piqué Exposes Their 9-Year-Old Son Milan To Thousands of Potential Predators on Live Stream

Shakira’s ‘BZRP Music Sessions’ empowers women

Shakira has now spoken out about his recent BZRP Music Session #53 collaboration with Bizarrap, which has generated controversy due to the harsh digs at Clara Chá and Gerard Piqué. The song which has lyrics criticizing the former athlete and his young, 23-year-old Spanish girlfriend Clara Cha, is making the rounds on social media. Just in case not to have any doubts about who the song was targeted at, Shakira clearly mentioned their names in her song- ‘Pique and Clara’.

Shakira
Shakira

Taking to her Twitter handle, she shared a message to all women,  “This goes out to all the women who taught me that when life throws you bitter lemons, there’s no other choice but to make lemonade.” 

She also emphasized that she cannot take all the credit for this success. “And this achievement is not mine, but everyone’s.” She emphasized that we need to rise 70 times in a row. She continued, “Not in the way that society orders us to, but in the way that occurs to us, the one that helps us get ahead for our children, our parents, and for those who need us and hope in us.”

Also read: ‘We don’t know what she’s like in private’: Shakira Branded Amber Heard 2.0 as Fans Claim Pique Shouldn’t Be Judged Too Quickly Like Heard Forced Us To for Johnny Depp

Shakira and Bizarrap’s song set fans slamming singer’s ex Gerard Piqué

Sharing the message with her 53 million fans, The Hips Don’t lie singer simply added about Pique, “Sorry, I already caught another plane. I’m not coming back here, I don’t want another disappointment. You go around saying you’re a champion. When I needed you, you gave your worst version.” This even encouraged her furious fans to slam her ex-boyfriend. Ibai Llanos, a Spanish streamer who is a friend of Gerard Piqué, responded to the song live with the words, “Rest in peace Gerard Piqué.” Aside from the many artists, other people have weighed in on the song, both for and against it.

Shakira and Gerard Piqué
Shakira and Gerard Piqué

 Shakira has tens of millions of followers on social media, where reactions to the song started to trend. It is the third song she has written in honor of the couple’s breakup, which was announced in June. The other two songs were Te felicito and Monotona. The couple has two sons: Milan, and Sasha; they have been married for more than ten years. They were never married, and Pique, 35, did not receive any of Shakira’s estimated $300 million fortune.

Also read: “I’m not getting back with you. Don’t cry for me”: Shakira’s Bizarre Rap Humiliates Pique, Says All That Cheater Left Her With Was “In-Laws and Debt”

Source- Shakira’s Twitter Handle

 

 

Siddhika Prajapati
Siddhika Prajapati

Flights of occasional fantasies, strong opinions, encouraging hyperbole, and good grammar are what describe her. Literature Honors Graduate and Post-Graduated in Journalism, she is the Entertainment author at Animated Times, who is madly in love with the lights, camera, and action sector. An entertainment enthusiast by day, a dreamer, and occasionally a stargazer by night, she enjoys turning words into tiny yarn balls for poetry that readers might find admirable. You would find her buried under printed fiction who is heavily influenced by dark humor.

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