Shakira spoke for the first time about the successful release of his hit with Bizarrap, BZRP Music Sessions #35and revealed how much this song meant to her, in which she exposed all her pain after her separation from Gerard Piqué.
In the song, The Colombian singer points against Piqué and Clara Chía Martí, the 22-year-old Spanish girl with whom he cheated on her while they were married. Shakira not only told the story of her pain, but she also explicitly named them in some verses of her.
Millions of women around the world received the song with euphoria and emotion and many of them saw themselves reflected in Shakira’s pain, such as Wanda Nara, who also went through the same thing and shared the song on her social networks. “What for me was a catharsis and a relief, I never thought that I would reach number one in the world directly at 45 years old and in Spanish”published the artist on her Instagram account.
“I want to hug the millions of women who rise up against those who make us feel insignificant.. Women who defend what they feel and think, and raise their hands when they disagree, even if others raise their eyebrows. They are my inspiration”, added Shakira.
And he appealed to all women who have ever gone through the same pain: “And this achievement is not mine but everyone’s. We have to get up 70 times 7”. Lastly, she made reference to the criticism she received from some sectors of feminism, who accused her of being resentful and misogynistic for the lyrics of her song: “Not as society orders us to, but in the way that occurs to us, the one that helps us get ahead for our children, our parents and for those who need us and hope in us”.
Lali Espósito targeted those who criticized Shakira for her song with Bizarrap
Lali Espósito made a strong statement on her Twitter account against the “haters” who criticized Shakira for the lyrics of her song. “Since when is writing a song with spite, anger or heartbreak wrong or put under the magnifying glass of a specific moral? It’s music, guys. And this has been done forever. It is seen that it attracts more attention if it is done by a woman and an N1 like Shakira“, published Lali in a tweet.
And in another, he argued that many other male artists do the same and no one judges them: “I don’t see them tearing their clothes off for songs where what is said is misogynistic, machirulo or violent… It’s more! They sing and dance happily. It’s a rupture and the artists make songs out of it!”.
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Shakira spoke about her song for Piqué and sent an emotional message to women: “They are my inspiration”