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Shakira Vs. Gerard Pique: in the Song “Monotona,” the Colombian Singer Takes a Direct Shot at Her Ex-boyfriend.

It appears that there are no longer any questions about whether Gerard Pique is mentioned in Shakira and Ozuna’s song. The latest preview of the video clip published on networks appears to have confirmed the rumors that had been circulating for weeks.

In the video, Shakira can be seen walking desolately through a grocery store while stocking her cart with items that can help people drown their sorrows. A song can be heard playing in the distance: Te felicito is a song by Shakira and Rauw Alejandro that was released just before the Colombian singer announced their split and is loaded with jabs at the soccer star.

It should be remembered that the teaser of the just-released video footage, which was shot in the village of Manresa months ago, shows how they ruthlessly crush a heart that is still beating.

In this song, Shakira, who put her hands in the fire for you, says, “Two-faced folks I can’t stand, I who put my hands in the fire for you.” She also accuses Piqué of being unfaithful. Gerard Pique Net Worth: How Much Does Gerard Piqué Make Each Year?
The monotony was to blame, not you or I, the Colombian declares in the song’s opening line, which she published on October 12.

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