During the radio show El món, on RAC1, which asked him if he knew Music Sessions # 53, the revenge song with which Shakira attacked him, former Barcelona soccer star Gerard Piqué expressed himself on the situation.
During the interview, Piqué said: "Yes, I heard the song of course. People have a responsibility, especially those of us who are parents, to try to protect our children. Everyone makes the decisions they deem appropriate.
And not me I feel like talking about it. I just want my kids to be happy. I've always had a very close relationship with my kids and I want them to be involved in things that make them happy." Gerard alluded to the live Twitch in January, where he involved his son Milan, which Shakira did not like: "He asked me and I was delighted there is nothing in the world that makes me happier than seeing my son happy."
Shakira's revenge song
Shakira, after the revenge song against the ex Gerard Piqué and his new girlfriend, Clara Chia Marti, attacked the girlfriend of her ex partner again.
The Colombian popstar said to Las Estrellas tv that: "There is a place reserved in hell for those women who do not support other women." It is a phrase by Madeleine Albright, the first woman secretary of state of the United States.
"You swapped a Ferrari for a Twingo, a Rolex for a Casio," were the words Shakira used to refer to her ex and her new girlfriend in her new song. Song followed by other songs that complete her revenge. Also in Las estrellas Shakira said: "I think I would be somewhere else if there hadn't been that song.
I embraced the idea that a woman needs a man to complete herself, a family. I too had that dream . Not all dreams come true, but life finds a way to make up for it. Now I feel complete because I feel that I depend on myself and I also have two children who depend on me, so I must be stronger than a lioness." Shakira's latest single, produced with Bizarrap, is called #Mission53 and contains many lines against her ex-partner, former Barcelona soccer star Gerard Piqué and his new partner Clara Chìa Marti.