Shakira shared a cryptic video about a heart getting trampled on.
Over the weekend, the singer shared a video, which is most likely a teaser for her new song and music video for “MONOTONÍA.”
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“Monotonía” translates to “monotony” in English.
The music video will be released on October 19th.
The video shows a very life-like heart getting stomped on repeatedly by a man’s foot while a woman desperately struggles to grab it in the background.
Shakira’s Cryptic Video Shows Heart Getting Trampled On
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She captioned the video, “Nunca dije nada, pero me dolía. Yo sabía que esto pasaría,” which translates to, “I never said anything, but it hurt me. I knew this would happen.”
Celebrity blogger, Perez Hilton, commented, “Pique? Spain? The Press? All?”
Another fan wrote, “Yeah he messed up. How can I be with Shakira and still cheat? What exactly do men of this Generation want?”
The Blast has covered Shakira’s split from FCB player Gerard Piquè in-depth.
Earlier this year, fans of the couple were SHOCKED following news of their breakup. They had been together for nearly 12 years before parting ways and they share two children.
“I Knew This Would Happen”
It’s rumored that Shakira walked in on Piqué in bed with another woman and that’s what led her to call it quits.
Sadly, this wasn’t the first time that news of his philandering ways had been taking place. In addition to a huge breakup, Shakira was hit with a massive tax fraud lawsuit by the Spanish government.
It’s alleged that she skipped out on paying $14.7 million in taxes when she lived in Spain between 2012 to 2104. Shakira claims she did not live in Spain during this period of time.
During this time period, Shakira’s main residence was in the Bahamas, but prosecutors say she lived a majority of the time in Spain.
She briefly touched on her “darkest hours” in an interview with Elle.
Shakira Touches On Tax Fraud Case & Breakup
“I’ve paid everything they claimed I owed, even before they filed a lawsuit,” she told Elle magazine. “So as of today, I owe zero to them. And finally, I was advised by one of the four biggest tax specialist firms in the world, PricewaterhouseCoopers, so I was confident that I was doing things correctly and transparently from day one.”
Shakira calls the Spanish government’s claims “false accusations,” and she plans to fight the case as a “matter of principle.”
“However, even without evidence to support these fictional claims, as they usually do, they’ve resorted to a salacious press campaign to try to sway people, and apply pressure in the media along with the threat of reputational damage in order to coerce settlement agreements,” she explained.
Shakira added that “Spanish tax authorities do this often” not just to celebrities but also to the “regular taxpayer.”
Piqué has moved on with one of his Kosmos employees since their June breakup. On the other hand, the singer has kept quiet… on purpose.
“It’s hard to talk about it, especially because I’m still going through it, and because I’m in the public eye and because our separation is not like a regular separation,” Shakira said. “And so it’s been tough not only for me, but also for my kids.”
The “Waka Waka” singer said the paparazzi have been camping outside of her home since news of their split and Piqué’s alleged affair made headlines.
She’s been working hard to “protect” her children amid all the hustle and bustle surrounding her life.