Shakira benefits from collaboration between Gerard Piqué and ‘BZRP’
Shakira bankroll your heartache.
The singer has become a hit with her collaboration with BIZARRAP titled ‘BZRP Music Sessions 53’.
She recently took to social media to promote a dress featuring the iconic lyrics, taking aim at her ex, Gerard Pique.
Shakira is looking for a failed relationship with Piqué
The text printed on the sweater reads: “Women don’t cry, women pay the bills.”
This obviously hurts not only Piqué, but also his legal position vis-à-vis the Spanish government.
The Spanish government is suing Shakira for tax fraud between 2012 and 2014. They allege that he skipped $14 million in payments to the government.
The sweatshirt also features an illustration of Shakira wearing headphones, with money coming out of her mouth.
The song was a big ‘F**K YOU’ for the retired FC Barcelona defender and his girlfriend of 23 years, Clara Chia Marti.
The sweater was designed by his niece Isabella Meberak.
The item will be available for a limited time only.
Available on his website, shakia.storeand sells for $60.
However, it appears to have sold out within five hours of the story being first shared.
From February 18thlooks like the sweater is back in stock.
Karol G Reveals Why Shakira Writes Diss Track After Diss Track
Shakira’s friend recently shared why the Colombian native decided to write a record for her ex. He is currently working on a new song with Karol G.
Karol G has opened The New York Times about why Shakira decided to open up about her relationship with her ex-footballer.
He said the Waka Waka artist “releases a lot of anger” in their upcoming TGQ duet.
After Karol G sent Shakira the song, the mother-of-two expressed immense excitement.
“It was like, oh my god, thank you. These lyrics are exactly how I feel right now,” explained Karol G.
The song was intended to be released on Shakira and Piqué’s joint birthday, February 2n.dbut mysteriously delayed.
In addition to making money with music and merchandise, Shakira is rumored to be doing a tell-all interview about her cheating ex and their relationship.
Shakira could tell you everything about Piqué
According to the Spanish news agency 20 minutesShakira may give an interview in the coming weeks to clarify what really happened and to discuss her separation from the father of her children.
The former couple have two sons, Sasha and Milan.
The date when this reported “tell-all interview” will cease is currently unknown.
He’s been referencing the acrimonious split in his songs since confirming their split in June.
Following their joint statement, which read: “We regret to confirm that we are separating. For the well-being of our children, who are most important to us, please respect their privacy.” Shakira has released many songs dealing with heartbreak and infidelity.
He sang, “I’m sorry baby, I should have thrown you out a long time ago. A werewolf like me is not for the novice. A she-wolf like me is no match for guys like you. For guys like you. I’m too good for you, and that’s why you’re with someone like you.”
Shakira has a song from 2009 called “She Wolf”.
Shakira’s lyrics speak volumes about her feelings for Piqué
This isn’t the first song in which Shakira has hinted at her ex’s infidelity, shallowness, and inability to be a loving partner.
“I’m not coming back with you, don’t cry for me and don’t beg. I understood that it is not my fault that they criticize you. I’m just playing music, I’m sorry to bother you,” the text continued.
Last year he released “Montonía”, which means “monotony” in English.
He captioned the video: “Nunca dije nada, pero me dolía. Yo sabía que esto pasaría”, which means “I never said anything, but it hurt. I knew it was going to happen.”
The lyrics of “BZRP Music Sessions #53” refer directly to his Spanish tax evasion situation, to Piqué’s new, younger girlfriend who lives with his mother-in-law.