What Shakira said about Piqué dis track, Clara Chía Martí

You mess with the She Wolf, you get the claws.

After Colombian pop star Shakira dropped a scathing new dis monitor, “Bzrp Music Sessions #53,” which brutally trashes her former associate, retired footballer Gerard Piqué, she shared an Instagram put up celebrating the success of the buzzy hit single and reflecting on the method of creating it.

In her put up, Shakira known as the music a “catharsis” and a “relief,” including that she “never thought” a music she recorded at 45 years previous and in Spanish would debut at No. 1 on the planet.

“I want to embrace the millions of women who rise up against the ones who make us feel insignificant,” the Grammy winner wrote in a caption translated by Instagram from Spanish to English.

“Women who stand up for what they feel and think, and raise their hand when they disagree, while others raise eyebrows.”

Released Wednesday, Shakira’s collaboration with Argentine DJ-producer Bizarrap pulls no punches whereas repeatedly roasting Piqué. The “Whenever, Wherever” hitmaker and the Spanish former soccer participant dated for greater than 11 years and share two youngsters, Milan (9) and Sasha (7).

The vengeful tune additionally takes purpose at Clara Chía Martí, the 23-year-old Piqué was revealed to have been relationship after he and Shakira cut up in June. Some have accused Shakira of exhibiting “internalized misogyny” by criticizing Martí, however the singer-songwriter insists ladies had been her “inspiration” for recording the music.

“This achievement is not mine but all of ours,” she said Friday, giving a shout-out to ladies who help and succeed for his or her youngsters, dad and mom and others who depend upon them.

According to NME, Piqué not too long ago launched a partnership with watch model Casio in an try to get again at his ex for her breakup anthem — which insults Martí by quipping that the athlete traded “a Rolex for a Casio.”

Per a brand new report from the Daily Mail, Shakira seems to have trolled Piqué proper again by putting a large witch doll on her balcony going through his mom’s home and blasting the music from her audio system. (On the monitor, Shakira sings, “You left me a neighbor to [my] mother-in-law … You thought you hurt me, but you made me stronger.”)

“Thanks to … my wonderful team and group of warrior girls who walk next to me,” Shakira wrote on Instagram after “Bzrp Music Sessions #53” turned the most-streamed music on the planet on Spotify.

“And here’s to all the women teaching me how to make sweet lemonade when life gives you those sour a— lemons.”

Times employees author Suzy Exposito contributed to this report.

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