POP icon Shakira seems to be coping well over her split from her former husband – and opted for a feisty fashion choice to show her feelings.
Fans flocked to her home in Spain to applaud the singer, who made fun of ex Gerard Pique in her chart-topping single, Bizarrap.
On Sunday, when her ex arrived at her Barcelona home, she chose to wear an oversized white sweatshirt with lyrics from her song that read: “Women don’t cry, women monetize.”
The footballer was spotted arriving at the Colombian singer’s mansion with his son to celebrate his son’s tenth birthday.
Gerard and Shakira have two children, Milan, who is seven, and Sasha, who is six.
Shakira has made her feelings about her ex-husband known throughout the difficult split, even placing a witch mannequin on her balcony.
Her former mother-in-house laws are allegedly overlooked by the creepy mannequin.
According to neighbors, the Spanish sensation has been blasting her new diss track toward Gerard on repeat so his mother, Montserrat Bernabéu, can hear.
According to popular belief, Gerard tried everything to win Shakira back after he dumped her, but the singer has refused to reconcile.
Shakira had reportedly forgiven Gerard for previous affairs, but Clara was not “just another girl,” according to Shakira’s sources.
“I’m not coming back to you, even if you cry or beg me,” she sings in her revenge song.
She also made a dig at Clara’s young age: “I’m worth two 22s. You exchanged a Ferrari for a Twingo, and a Rolex for a Casio.”
After a 12-year relationship, the celebrity couple split in June 2022 when Gerard left her for 23-year-old Clara Chia Marti.
Clara, a public relations student, has been recognized in public since Shakira’s song was released, and she isn’t coping well, according to local journalists.
To show their support for Shakira, fans of the Columbian pop star frequently sing the diss track to her when she is recognized in the Spanish city.
Gerard is said to have met Clara through his event production company, Kosmos.
Despite the drama, Shakira seems to be doing just fine, posting on Twitter: “I feel humbled and grateful though I’m only one among millions of women out there who have so much to say and offer.
“Women of all races, ages, and circumstances. Thank you for your dedication and support.”