Gerard Piqué He attended a basketball game, but the ex-soccer player did not count on the fact that, during half time of the sporting event, it would sound at full volume “Music session #53”nothing more and nothing less than the new song that Shakira he dedicated to it, a fact that put him in an uncomfortable situation, since the attendees chanted the song as soon as it began to play, although some say that the music was superimposed by a user.
Shakira’s new song haunts Piqué
The last few weeks have not been easy for Piqué and his close circle, because since Shakira’s new song was released, the athlete has been the target of criticism, because “Music session #53” portrays the infidelity of which the Colombian singer was a victim, who resorted to a couple of stanzas to send a series of hints to the soccer player and his new partner, Clara Chía Martí.
From there, the persecution of the paparazzi towards Piqué has been increasing, because, although Piqué has also resorted to hints to respond to the mother of his children, traveling in a car of the brand Twingo and wearing a Casio watchhas not explicitly spoken about the opinion that the new song by the Colombian singer deserves.
However, both he and his mother, Mosterrat Bernabeuwhich is also mentioned in one of the lines of this song, have preferred to remain silent regarding this issue, which is already seems to collect accounts from the athlete, because a week ago it was announced that a million-dollar contract was canceled due to the bad image that his person represented.
In fact, Jordi Michellethe Argentine paparazzi who has followed Piqué’s life since 2012, told a Spanish program that it seemed normal to him that the contracts in which the athlete is involved begin to go downhill, just like when he ventured into life business, achieved a lot thanks to the image of Shakira, now the exact opposite is happening. “You had to turn to Shakira to grow as an entrepreneur since you got @rakutentv_es for being Shakira’s friend of the CEO”pointed out the also journalist.
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