The singer showed off how she was spending her Valentine’s Day as a single lady.
Shakira posted a video of herself singing SZA’s song, “Kill Bill,” to Instagram.
Shakira Sends A Poignant Message To Piqué
In the vid she specifically sings, “I might kill my ex, not the best idea. His new girlfriend’s next, how’d I get here? I might kill my ex, I still love him though. Rather be in jail than alone.”
The fact that she chose those lyrics to sing on video is no coincidence. She definitely wanted to share a message with Piqué and his girlfriend, Clara Chia Marti. She even referred to her as a pesky insect before her breakup.
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Shakira didn’t add a caption to the video, because, well, it clearly does all the talking.
This isn’t the first time the Colombian native has hinted at her disdain for Piqué and Marti
In her Bizarrap ‘Music Sessions’ collaboration, Shakira makes several digs at the retired fútbol player and his 23-year-old GF.
Shakira Has Made Several Digs At Piqué & Marti
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She referred to Marti as a cheap car and watch.
Shakira sings, “I’m worth two 22 [year old] You traded a Ferrari for a Twingo, You traded a Rolex for a Casio.”
Rumors have begun circulating that the “Waka Waka” songstress is gearing up to do a tell-all interview.
According to Spanish news outlet 20minutos, Shakira could give an interview in the coming weeks to clarify what really happened and discuss her breakup from the father of her children.
The date for when this alleged “tell-all interview” will go down is currently unknown.
Shakira Might Do Tell-All Interview About Her Breakup From Piqué
Shakira shed a tiny bit of light on their breakup in her digital cover for Elle in 2022.
She admitted she’s endured the “darkest hours” of her life amid the breakup and the Spanish government’s accusations of tax fraud.
“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.”
The Colombian-native also dove into the breakup saying, “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.”