LYRICS: Fake reaction of Gerard Piqué goes viral on social media following Shakira diss song with Bizarrap - Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53 KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, January 13, 2023

LYRICS: Fake reaction of Gerard Piqué goes viral on social media following Shakira diss song with Bizarrap - Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it has it Fake reaction of Gerard Piqué goes viral on social media following Shakira diss song with Bizarrap - Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53.

By Friday morning, the song had racked up more than 63.5m views on YouTube, becoming the most watched new Latin music video in the platform’s history and making headlines around the world.

It also came to the attention of the Venezuelan singer Briella, who pointed out similarities between it and a song she released last June titled Solo Tú (Only You).

Now, Shakira’s latest song has made it possible for millennials to find out what a Twingo was, what a Casio was, and also who Paquita la del Barrio was (a Mexican singer and actress). And audiences who are from the same generation as Shakira are busy sharing deep thoughts on feminism and parental relationships on their social media accounts. The intensity of the analysis – “Gerard Piqué's favorite number and shirt number is 3; the song lasts exactly 3 minutes and 33 seconds,” writes Melany Mora on Twitter – is amusing, because the lyrics aren’t exactly subtle – anger over a breakup never is – but the success of the song (38 million views on YouTube in 19 hours) shows how profitable morbid curiosity can be.

Piqué's infidelity has worked as a mitigating factor in society’s view of the Colombian singer, who is facing trial in Spain over alleged tax crimes: there are more cuckolds in the world than tax inspectors. And the fact that the rich also cry, that they bleed in the same places as other mortals, may provide a sense of relief. After all, spite comes cheaper than magnanimity.

However, it should be remembered that Dave Cooley, the self-acknowledged star of You Oughta Know, managed to maintain a good relationship with Alanis Morissette. “When my sister was dying of cancer,” he explained in an interview, “she drove from Toronto to Detroit with her guitar to sit next to her and sing songs for her in the hospital. That’s the kind of human being he is, a lovely person.” Who knows, maybe the she-wolf and the rookie will one day go to the end of the world together in search of other northern lights so that others can comment on it. And then there are those who will always take reconciliation, even if it is someone else’s, as a personal betrayal.

A savage new song by Shakira in which the Colombian star, philanthropist and committed believer in the veracity of hips ridicules her former partner Gerard Piqué has logged more than 63m YouTube views in 24 hours, making it the most watched new Latin song in the platform’s history.


Shakira and Piqué, who played football for Barcelona, Manchester United and the Spanish national team, separated last year after more than a decade and have two children. The former centre-back, 35, has since begun a relationship with a 23-year-old woman, Clara Chía.

As well as punning references to Piqué and his new girlfriend, Shakira mentions her mother-in-law, the media and her ongoing problems with the Spanish revenue authorities, who claim she failed to pay €14.5m in taxes.

“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.

According to Spanish prosecutors, Shakira and her family lived in Barcelona between 2012 and 2014, meaning she should have paid tax in Spain on her worldwide income for those years. They are seeking an eight-year prison sentence and a fine of more than €23m if she is convicted. The singer, however, has accused the country’s fiscal authorities of waging “a salacious press campaign” against her and insisted she owes them nothing.

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