Shakira shocks: brawl with ex mother-in-law and a new love!

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Shakira shocks: brawl with ex mother-in-law and a new love!
Shakira shocks: brawl with ex mother-in-law and a new love! (Provided by Celeb Tattler)

In recent days, a sensational news has arrived about Shakira and the former mother-in-law Montserrat Bernabeu. Sources close to the Colombian told the Latin Post of a violent dispute in the streets of Barcelona which ended in a brawl.

"Montserrat Bernabeu punched Shakira in the face in front of Gerard Piqué and their two children," the source said. There are no photos or videos of the alleged fight, but it is known that relations between the two women are bad.

Shakira not only attacked the 60-year-old in the revenge song Music Session #53 but also displayed a witch's puppet towards the lady's windows. In addition, according to the Spanish press, she forbids her children to call her grandmother.

The feud would have started, according to the Latin Post, when the pop star discovered that Montserrat helped Piqué hide her relationship with Clara Chia Marti. The two lovers allegedly took refuge in the home of the soccer player's parents during the early stages of their relationship.

Hence Shakira's anger against her ex mother-in-law, who, moreover, after her breakup with Gerard pretended to be her friend. But not only. Shakira, after the painful separation from Gerard Piqué would have found her love again.

It would be a man met in Miami four months ago, before the release of the revenge song Bzrp Music Sessions with which he hit his ex-partner and his new baby-girlfriend Clara Chia Marti with poisonous phrases such as: you swapped a Ferrari for a Twingo, or: you traded a Rolex for a Casio.

The identity of Shakira's alleged new love is still shrouded in mystery, but according to the tabloids, the pop star would have speeded up the procedures for her transfer to the United States for him. 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."