Shakira is once again in the spotlight with her latest song, which is expected to be another worldwide hit following her recent singles like ‘El jefe.’
However, controversy seems to follow the Colombian artist, just as it did with her collaboration with Bizarrap and Karol G.
One particular phrase in her new song has captured significant attention, as it appears to reference Gerard Pique’s father.
“They say there is no evil that lasts more than a hundred years, but there is still my ex-father-in-law who does not step on the grave,” Shakira sings. This line has raised eyebrows and sparked discussions among fans.
But the controversy doesn’t stop with the lyrics. It extends to the song’s music video, where Shakira’s dance moves have drawn allegations of plagiarism.
Miriam Saavedra, the former winner of ‘Gran Hermano VIP 6,’ claimed that the singer copied her ‘worm dance,’ which she became known for during her time on the reality show.
“I’m a little upset because she has copied my steps; she has to give me compensation,” Saavedra said.
While some initially thought Saavedra’s comments were made in jest, she affirmed her seriousness. Moreover, she shared that Gerard Pique had shown interest in her three years ago, adding another layer of intrigue to the ongoing controversies surrounding Shakira.