Shakira and Gerard Pique Wiki -Shakira and Gerard Pique Biography
Shakira is reportedly very disappointed in her ex-partner, Gerard Pique, as she was unable to meet her father, who is in hospital due to health problems. William Mebarak apparently has health problems and was sent to a clinic in Barcelona for treatment. It was previously reported that the 35-year-old footballer had gone to see the Latin music superstar’s father, but this was later revealed to be untrue, leaving Shakira unhappy.
A source reportedly told the Spanish program ‘El programa de Ana Rosa’: “Shakira is very upset that Piqué did not go to see him and that he has not asked about her health. She wanted to make it very clear that Piqué has not gone to visit her father or asked about his health”. This comes after the 45-year-old Colombian released a new song, ‘Monotonía’, apparently criticizing Piqué. The lyrics of the song say: “It wasn’t your fault, and it wasn’t mine.
Shakira and Gerard Pique Age
Shakira is 45 years ol and Gerard Pique is 35 years old.
It was the monotony’s fault. I never said anything but it hurt me. I knew this would happen.” The lyrics also add: “It’s a necessary goodbye. What used to be amazing became routine. Your lips don’t taste like anything to me. Now it’s the opposite. You left me because of your narcissism. You forgot what you used to be. Distant with your attitude, and that filled me with concern”. This comes after the 45-year-old Colombian released a new song, ‘Monotonía’, apparently criticizing Piqué.
The lyrics of the song read: “It was not It wasn’t your fault, nor was it mine. It was the monotony’s fault. I never said anything but it hurt me. I knew this would happen.” The lyrics also add, “It’s a necessary goodbye. What used to be amazing became routine. Your lips don’t taste like anything to me. Now all is the opposite. You left me because of your narcissism. You forgot what you used to be. Distant with your attitude, and that filled me with concern.”
Shakira’s ‘Monotony’ came out right after her interview with Elle magazine in which she talked about her broken relationship. She revealed to the magazine: “I think everyone has their own processes or their own mechanisms to process pain, stress or anxiety. We all go through things in life. But for me, I think writing music is like going to a psychiatrist, only cheaper. It just helps me process my emotions and make sense of them.”
“And it helps me heal. I think it’s the best medicine, and along with the love of my family and children who support me, music and writing music is definitely one of those tools, one of the few tools I have to survive in extreme conditions. It’s a kind of driftwood for a man drowning in the sea, that piece of driftwood you cling to when you feel like you’re drowning. I think music is a lifeboat.” “There have been days when I have had to pick up my pieces from the ground. And the only way to do it, to really do it, has been through music.
You know, I really like to pull myself together and look in the mirror and know that I’m a mom and that my kids depend on me. But also that I have so many things to say. And on those days when I felt like my strength was slipping away, like I had no legs, those days I was writing songs, and I felt like I was revitalized and invigorated after a writing session. It’s like a vitamin shot,” the mother of two had added in September.