Basté, brutal with Shakira for the attack on Piqué, reveals what she has at home looking at the in-laws’ house

Jordi Baste it has many virtues. One of them is to listen closely to what is happening, listen to what people on the street are talking about, put yourself in the shoes of your listeners and deal with the topics that interest the vast majority in your program. Anyone else would have made his editorial today talking about some political issue, would be or transcendental. But the good thing about Jordi, if he has one quality, is that he has a vision like no one else about what needs to be done at certain times. And if this Thursday everyone is talking about the new song that Shakira has dedicated to Gerard Piqué, he makes his editorial today precisely about that. Bravo.


Jordi Basté and Gerard Piqué / TV3

The most listened to journalist in Catalonia is, among other things, for always knowing what to say and what to say it about. And today it would have been a martian not to open his The mon to RAC1 without saying yours about what everyone talks about. Shakira’s new lyrics where she breaks down her ex Gerard Piqué, with whom Basté has a very good relationship. The Colombian singer has released a new song alongside bizarre where there has been a sudden stop and what was sighted in I congratulate you Y Monotonyfull of hints to your ex, here is already a full-fledged declaration of war. Shakira raving from the first to the last word of the song. All the sentences are slaps towards Piqué. The problem is that he not only receives the former Barça player. He has also been comfortable against his new partner, Clara Chiaor against Pique’s mother and his former mother-in-law, Montserrat Bernabéu. Listen:

Phrases where the flapa goes, there are many: “I was big for you and that’s why you’re with someone just like you”, “You left me as a neighbor to the mother-in-law with the press at the door and the debt in the Treasury”, “He has the name of a good person. It’s clearly not what it sounds like. I was too big for you and that’s why you’re with someone just like you”, “I’m worth two out of 22. You traded a Ferrari for a Twingo. You traded a Rolex for a Casio”. Lyrics that Jordi Basté has analyzed. A wonderful and sad songis the title of his editorial, where he is clear from the outset that “It’s a song of broken love, unleashed hate, and suppressed rage.. The lyrics are unbearably harsh and, in my opinion, intolerable. May it serve as a mitigation before the chestnuts: I haven’t seen Gerard Piqué since before the Christmas holidays. But the letter is a freak of braking.


Shakira / GTRES

Piqué and Basté / TV3

After reviewing the letter point by point, the journalist is clear that “If Messi said “What are you looking at, bobo? , now we will make t-shirts and mugs with the motto”Zero grudges, baby,“Although it is clear that zero grudge, nothing at all. All the rancor in the world. “Zero rancor… Even if it’s a lie, as is easily demonstrable in the lyrics. The song oozes anger and in any court it could be a reason to frown on the custody of children, children who are the main ones punished for the vulnerability of this new war of the Roses publicized by her,” he says in reference to that iconic film where Katheleen Turner and Michael Douglas go from being the perfect couple to almost literally killing each other, living under the same roof. And it is that Basté thinks of who Shakira seems not to have thought of: Milan and Sasha . “Why, while writing this song, haven’t you thought about what your children’s schoolyard might be like?”. And what not to say about Piqué’s mother: “Talk about the mother-in-law, which is manual machismothe children’s grandmother, Dr. Montse Bernabéu, one of the most valued doctors in the fight for neuro-rehabilitation“. Or from Gerard’s new partner, a Clara Chía “comparing it to a cheap watch or a small car, in an obvious claim to wealth as if cheap watches don’t keep time or small cars weren’t better for parking“.


Gerard Piqué and Clara Chía / Telecinco

Piqué, Shakira and his parents / GTRES

It was enough, finally, a revelation surprising, which comes to say a lot about the hatred that Shakira oozes towards Piqué’s mother: “In the lyrics, Shakira says that “you left my mother-in-law as a neighbor” because, indeed, one house is next to the other, but perhaps to understand the lyrics of the song, perhaps to understand how she is still chewing on the separation and perhaps to understand the rancor and resentment of herself, Shakira, for three months, has hung in her house, on one of the terraces and directed to the kitchen of her in-laws’ house, a life-size witch”. Surreal and pitiful.


Shakira’s house witch / GTRES

all very sadas Basté ends up saying.

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Basté, brutal with Shakira for the attack on Piqué, reveals what she has at home looking at the in-laws’ house