Shakira makes a thinly-veiled swipe at ex-husband Gerard Pique and his new ... trends now

Shakira makes a thinly-veiled swipe at ex-husband Gerard Pique and his new ... trends now
Shakira makes a thinly-veiled swipe at ex-husband Gerard Pique and his new ... trends now

Shakira makes a thinly-veiled swipe at ex-husband Gerard Pique and his new ... trends now

Shakira has seemingly made a thinly-veiled swipe at her ex Gerard Pique and his new girlfriend, Clara Chia Marti, in the lyrics from her latest song. 

The Colombian singer, 45, has collaborated with producer Bizarrap on a brand new track, Shakira Bzrp Music Sessions 53, which was released in Spanish on Wednesday. 

Shakira and Gerard announced their split after 11 years together in June and they share two sons - Milan, nine, and Sasha, seven - together. 

Dig: Shakira has seemingly made a thinly-veiled swipe at her ex Gerard Pique and his new girlfriend, Clara Chia Marti, in the lyrics from her latest song

Dig: Shakira has seemingly made a thinly-veiled swipe at her ex Gerard Pique and his new girlfriend, Clara Chia Marti, in the lyrics from her latest song

Since the break-up, Gerard has been spotted passionately kissing his new love interest Clara as they appear to be far from hiding their new relationship. 

The singer-songwriter, makes it crystal clear she is referring to the 23-year-old her former partner is rumoured to have started dating last year before they split, saying: 'I’m worth two 22’s. You traded a Ferrari for a Twingo. You traded a Rolex for a Casio.'

In an apparent brutal dig at the former Manchester United and Barcelona defender, Shakira sings: 'A lot of gyms. But work your brain a little bit too.' 

New song: The Colombian singer, 45, has collaborated with producer Bizarrap on a brand new track, Shakira Bzrp Music Sessions 53, which was released in Spanish on Wednesday

New song: The Colombian singer, 45, has collaborated with producer Bizarrap on a brand new track, Shakira Bzrp Music Sessions 53, which was released in Spanish on Wednesday

Shakira makes another clear allusion to Clara with the lyrics: 'She’s got the name of a good person. Clearly is not how it sounds.

'Clearly' in English translates as 'Claramente' in Spanish, clearly referencing Clara, as one fan pointed out.

Elsewhere Shakira, who is facing a £12 million tax fraud trial in Spain, sings: 'You left me the mother-in-law as a neighbour. With the press at my door and a debt with the taxman.

Breakup: Shakira and Gerard announced their split after 11 years together in June and they share two sons - Milan, nine, and Sasha, seven - together

Breakup: Shakira and Gerard announced their split after 11 years together in June and they share two sons - Milan, nine, and Sasha, seven - together

New flame: Since the break-up, Gerard has been spotted passionately kissing his new love interest Clara as they appear to be far from hiding their new relationship (pictured)

New flame: Since the break-up, Gerard has been spotted passionately kissing his new love interest Clara as they appear to be far from hiding their new relationship (pictured) 

'You thought you’d hurt me and I came back stronger. Women don’t cry any more, women invoice.'

Another part of the song says: 'From love to hate there’s only one step' before Shakira adds: 'No hard feelings baby, I wish you the best with my supposed replacement.'

Only a small part of the lyrics had been leaked online ahead of the world release, referencing a part of the song where the mum-of-two sings: 'I’m too big for you, that’s why you’re with someone just like you” before continuing: 'I’m not coming back to you, even if you’re crying or begging.'

She also used another play-on-words in Spanish with the word ’salpique’ in a clear reference to her ex, singing: 'I only make music, sorry that I splash you' which in Spanish is ‘Yo solo hago música perdón que te salpique.’

Gerard, who fathered two sons with Shakira during their 11-year relationship, appeared to respond to the poisoned darts thrown in his and his new partner’s direction ahead of the song’s full release with a tweet featuring circus emoticons.

It is not the first time Shakira has seemingly shaded Gerard in her music after making reference to a 'necessary' split with an ex who is as 'cold as Christmas' in her song Monotonía.

The song, meaning Monotony in English, starts with Shakira singing in Spanish: 'It wasn't your fault, nor was it mine. It was monotony's fault. I never said anything but it hurt me. I knew this would happen.'

Having his say: Gerard, who fathered two sons with Shakira during their 11-year relationship, appeared to respond to the poisoned darts thrown in his and his new partner’s direction ahead of the song’s full release with a tweet featuring circus emoticons

Having his say: Gerard, who fathered two sons with Shakira during their 11-year relationship, appeared to respond to the poisoned darts thrown in his and his new partner’s direction ahead of the song’s full release with a tweet featuring circus emoticons

Split: Shakira and Gerard announced their split after 11 years together in June and they share two sons - Milan, nine, and Sasha, seven - together

Split: Shakira and Gerard announced their split after 11 years together in June and they share two sons - Milan, nine, and Sasha, seven - together

She then alludes to the relationship being over before it ended, singing: 'It's a necessary goodbye. What used to be incredible became routine.

'Your lips don't taste of anything to me. Now it's the complete

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