Shakira broke the internet by dragging her ex, Gerard Piqué, without an ounce of mercy. What a queen.
The Colombian-Lebanese singer released the breakup diss track the world didn’t know it needed alongside Argentine producer, Bizarrap for his “Bzrp Music Sessions” series. Bizarrap has previously worked with other large names in the industry such as Nicky Jam, Snow Tha Product, and Villano Antillano.
The song, “Shakira: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol.53” is already on its way to making history. It’s been less than 12 hours since the song was released and it has already surpassed 25 million views on YouTube.
Shakira continues to make history
Shakira is singlehandedly about to break her own record. In October of 2022, she surpassed a record originally set by Bad Bunny by having the most viewed Latin music video within its first 24 hours on YouTube thanks to her song “Monotonía” featuring Ozuna. It’s evident that she didn’t come to play. She’s scoring left and right – and the crowd is in her favor. This is something Piqué can’t say about his most recent games on the field. Well, the games he attended before he retired.
Of course, a lot of people rushed to the internet to express their thoughts about Shakira’s new song and no one is holding back. Some people are tweeting their “concern” about Shakira being “too vocal” regarding her heartbreak because there are children involved. However, the general consensus is that people support the way she’s expressing herself.
For one, it’s unfair to judge Shakira on how she decides to heal. Secondly, where was this discourse when Piqué chose to cheat on Shakira in the public eye and without an ounce of shame?
Women are not going to sit on the sidelines anymore. It’s 2023 and women’s voices are louder than ever. Besides, Shakira has been known for wearing her heart on her sleeves since she was singing rock. What more did people expect?
Since there’s so much talk around “Shakira: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol.53,” we are sharing our favorite tweets that have been sent out in the last few hours. Find the tweets below.
good morning to shakira only pic.twitter.com/2ZtEfUkJIh
— Demon child (@venusdark_) January 12, 2023
Yes. Buenos días, reina. We hope you are getting your favorite breakfast this morning.
non spanish speakers(me) when shakira started ending her lines with '-ique'pic.twitter.com/agFMvboxpz
— soumyajit (@gab_loo) January 12, 2023
Wordplay is so fun. This song proves it.
Shakira está cumpliendo el sueño de todas
tirarle mierda a su ex y encima ganar millones por ello
— no me llamo vicenta (@kansaita_) January 12, 2023
The tweet, roughly translates to Shakira fulfilling everyone’s dream, throwing sh*t at an ex, and earning millions for it. One would say that this is impressive.
What was more culturally significant: the renaissance or Shakira BZRP #53 ? pic.twitter.com/TGS6O9nWpN
— 𝑚❀ (@martamayo_) January 12, 2023
People are hilariously comparing this Bzrp music session to the Renaissance. Though the comparison is a stretch, it’s worth the laugh.
— 🦋 (@leosupremexo) January 12, 2023
Has Shakira entered her villain era?
Oye, una pregunta: ¿a qué hora coronan a Shakira como Reina del Mundo?
— Alexsinos (@alexsinos) January 12, 2023
The tweet is asking at what time is Shakira going to be crowned the queen of the world. Can you imagine having a Latina queen?
Shakira really came to say YEAH, I'M STILL THAT B*TCH 😘😘😘 pic.twitter.com/wiS3EGuSGX
— just charlene (@iammisscharlene) January 12, 2023
I'm sorry, your faves are cute and everything, but they CAN'T do this
Only THEE SHAKIRA can break the internet 32 YEARS into her career, mind you she debuted when internet didn't exist at all and even the Soviet Union still existed like 😭☠️ pic.twitter.com/qQpOYr5pTi
— #BizaShak – OUT NOW (@tfmonotonia) January 12, 2023
Thirty-two years later and she is still thriving. She’s such an inspiration.
Shakira después de destruir a Piqué en 3 minutos: pic.twitter.com/nXParFnD5r
— Jhony Carpenter (@Jhony_Carpenter) January 12, 2023
Where is the lie?For Image credit or remove please email for immediate removal - email@example.com