Shakira tune mocking ex Gerard Piqué breaks YouTube document

Shakira tune mocking ex Gerard Piqué breaks YouTube document

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A brand new tune by Shakira wherein she ridicules her former accomplice Gerard Piqué has damaged a YouTube document.

The tune has been seen over 63million occasions on YouTube in 24 hours, which makes it essentially the most watched new Latin tune within the platform’s historical past.

Shakira and Piqué, who’s a footballer, separated final yr after over a decade collectively. They’ve two youngsters. Piqué has since begun a brand new relationship with a 23-year-old lady, Clara Chia, who’s 12 years his junior.

Within the tune, a collaboration with Argentinian producer and DJ Bizarrap, Shakira sings that “I’m price two 22-year-olds,” including: “You swapped a Ferrari for a [Renault] Twingo/You swapped a Rolex for a Casio.” She additionally declares that “a she-wolf like me isn’t for rookies” (in reference to her personal 2009 single) and “I used to be out of your league, which is why you’re with somebody identical to you”.

Take a look at the observe under:

The tune additionally consists of punning references to Piqué and his new girlfriend, in addition to a point out of Shakira’s mother-in-law, the media and her ongoing points with the Spanish income authorities. “You left me with my mother-in-law as a neighbour, with the press at my door and a debt to the taxman,” she sings.

The singer is ready to face trial in Spain for tax evasion after being accused of failing to pay $13.9million (£13m) in taxes between 2012 and 2014 and utilizing shell firms to hide her revenue. Shakira denies the claims, describing them as “fictional”.

The observe is the primary tune Shakira has featured on because the Black Eyed Peas observe ‘Don’t You Fear’ alongside David Guetta final yr.

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