Colombian music star Shakira has taken a swing against her ex and Barcelona legend, Gerard Piqué, and his younger lover in leaked lyrics from her new song, the Sun reports.
Shakiria sings “I’m too big for you” in a collaboration with producer Bizarrap set to be released today (Thursday).
The lyrics from Shakira Bzrp Music Sessions 53, reported by Mundo Deportivo, gave listeners a taste of the storm to come.
“I’m too big for you, that’s why you’re with someone just like you,” she reportedly sings in reference to Piqué’s new relationship.
Since her high-profile split from Pique after 11 years, Shakira, 45, has been returning to music with force.
Recent singles Te Felicito and Monotonía made reference to her ex, but not so bold and blatant as her newest lyrical prose.
The new song will be a collaboration with the popular Argentine producer Bizarrap as a follow up to his previous music sessions with Spanish-speaking rappers.
Other lyrics reportedly include: “This is for me to mortify you, chew and swallow so it doesn’t sting, I won’t return to you any more even if you cry or beg me.
“I understood that it’s not my fault that they criticize you, I only make music, sorry that I splashed you.”
The A-list couple announced their split last June and have been locked in a bitter custody battle over their two sons ever since.
Pique, 35, is currently living with his new girlfriend and co-worker 23-year-old Clara Chia Marti.
Reports in Spain claimed Piqué, who recently announced his retirement from football, allegedly cheated on the singer.
A 2021 video interview of the footballer unearthed this week has added to these suspicions. Clara seems to appear within the frame at a time when Shakira and Piqué were living together.
A source told Page Six that Shakira is “devastated to learn that this woman clearly felt at home in the house they shared with their children”.
They added: “They were very much still together at that time.
“It’s devastating for her to learn that this affair had been going on for a lot longer than she imagined.”
Outside of music, the Hips Don’t Lie singer has made thinly veiled references to her split from Piqué online.
She wrote in her New Year’s Instagram post: “Even if someone has betrayed us, we have to keep trusting. In the face of contempt, keep valuing yourself.”
“Our tears are not a waste, they water the soil where the future will be born and make us more human, so in the midst of heartbreak we can continue to love,” she added.Copyright © 2022 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.