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In what other songs has Shakira attacked Piqué since their separation?

Shakira launched a new song called Shakira || BZRP Music Session #53 with Bizarrap. The Colombian singer now has three tracks referencing Gerard Piqué.

Is Shakira’s new song ‘Monotonia’ an open letter to her ex, Gerard Piqué?

Shakira released a new song with the Argentine singer Bizarrap and it immediately went viral. The lyrics are dedicated directly to Gerard Piqué, the former Barcelona footballer, with whom she had a 12-year relationship which came to an end in June 2022 when they confirmed their separation.

The 45-year-old Colombian has dedicated several songs to her ex-husband in recent months. However, in the previous ones, the lyrics had not been so clear and direct as in BZRP Music Session #53. Since they announced their separation, this is the third song referencing her ex.

‘I congratulate you’ - the first song for Piqué

“I think it happens to all women. You think you’re in a sincere relationship, but it’s not as real as you thought,” Shakira highlighted on the This Morning program about the song ‘Te Felicito’, the first one she dedicated to Piqué. The phrase “I congratulate you, that you act well,” was heard in all the stadiums of the former defender’s rivals.

The song was trending number 1 worldwide for several weeks. This song was made together with the Latin Grammy winner Rauw Alejandro. The video was filmed in Barcelona and directed by Jaume de la Iguana and in less than 24 hours it reached four million views online.

‘Monotony’ - Shakira’s second hit

The Colombian then released ‘Monotonía’, a single that also talks about Piqué and references him in the music video with various items of clothing that they used in other singles when they were married. “It wasn’t your fault nor mine, it was the monotony’s fault,” was the first stanza of the song.

One of the parts that hit Piqué the most is when she talks about his narcissism. “You in yours and doing the same. Always looking for leadership,” sings Shakira.

BZRP Music Session #53 - Piqué hit hard

The most recent song is the one that speaks the most about Piqué. “A wolf like me is not for guys like you!” says a part of the song.

The Colombian has been criticized for making money out of her breakup, and that is maybe why we hear, “Women no longer cry, women charge.”