Excerpts that mention Gerard Piqué are taken from Shakira’s song

The song achieved several records at the time it was released

Last Wednesday (30), according to information from the Molusco TV channel, one of the composers of the song “Bzrp Music Sessions vol.53”, by Shakira in partnership with Bizarrap, would have removed excerpts from the song that made mention of Gerard Piqué and his divorce with the singer.

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The news claims that the justification for modifying the song would be a way to protect against alleged lawsuits that the player could carry out against his ex-wife, Shakira. At the time it was released, the hit was a huge success and in less than 12 Hours reached 26 million views on YouTube. Currently, the song remains with a high number, equivalent to 610 million views on the platform.

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Recently, according to the Spanish press, Shakira and the player would have had new disagreements due to the athlete’s attitudes. Rumors indicate that Piqué would have left his children, Milan and Sasha, with his parents, Montserrat Bernabéu and Joan Piqué Rovira, to be able to go out to dinner with Clara Chía.

“It is known that Clara still cannot see Shakira’s children, due to the agreement that Piqué signed with her, this agreement establishes that their children will not meet their parents’ companions.. he abandoned his children in Barcelona to go out with Clara” , he told the Europa Press Agency. The player and the singer did not comment on the news.

Gerard Piqué and Shakira were married for 12 years and, at the end of last year, speculation began to emerge that the couple was separating after the singer discovered the player’s betrayal. The rumors were true and after some time, the athlete took Clara Chía, who was the pivot of the separation, as his girlfriend.

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