These hips don’t cry.
A day after Shakira‘s ex Gerard Piqué made his relationship with girlfriend Clara Chia Marti Instagram official by sharing a selfie of the two, the pop star took to her own account to share a cryptic message.
“Las mujeres ya no lloran las mujeres bailan merengue!” Shakira wrote in a Jan. 26 Instagram post in Spanish. Her post translates to, “Women don’t cry anymore, women dance merengue!” The 45-year-old’s message uses a lyric from her and DJ Bizarrap‘s new single, “BZRP Music Session #53,” and includes a video of herself dancing to the track.
The “Hips Don’t Lie” singer seemingly shades Gerard, 35, and Clara, 23, in the song. Lyrics also include, “Good luck with my so-called replacement / I don’t even know what happened / You’re acting so weird, I don’t even recognize you / I’m worth two 22-year-olds / You traded in a Ferrari for a Twingo / You traded in a Rolex for a Casio.”
Source link Gerard Piqué and his girlfriend Antonella Rocuzzo made their relationship Instagram official and Shakira, the soccer star’s ex-partner, reacted to the news in a very cryptic way.
In a statement posted to her Instagram story, Shakira, 43, shared a black-and-white image of herself with a sultry look. The post was accompanied by the lyrics “No todo lo que brilla es oro y a veces lo que duele es lo mejor para mí” which translates to “Not everything that shines is gold, and sometimes what hurts is the best thing for me.”
The Spanish lyrics of the post may allude to the couple’s recent Instagram debut, or a sign that Shakira is moving on. The couple, both of whom have Catalan roots, have been together since long before Piqué’s relationship with Shakira began in 2011.
Shakira and Piqué, who share two sons together, are now living separately for professional commitments. The Colombian singer is in Panama for work and the former Barcelona defender spends his days in Spain.
Following their decision to go public, many Spanish-language media outlets have commented on the situation with headlines like “Shakira is sad” and “It’s over.”
Shakira and Piqué made the last official appearance together in June this year, on the occasion of the singer’s birthday, but they have never officially commented on the end of their relationship.
Despite the rumors, both actors have maintained through social media networks a close relationship connected to their sons. With Piqué’s latest post, the intercontinental couple once again puts a full stop to their publicly discussed relationship.