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Had a really rough year after my split: Shakira talks openly about split with Gerard PiqueNews WAALI

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Pop sensation Shakira recently opened up about her struggles following her split with long-time partner Gerard Pique in 2022, saying she ‘puts up with so much crap.’

Speaking on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, she talked about her song ‘BZRP Music Session #53’ which is said to be full of references to her split with the former Barcelona football star.

“I’ve had a very rough year after my separation, and writing this song has been so important to me. It has been a healthy way to channel my emotions. And I feel like after we put this song out, I really felt like I don’t even have fans out there,” he said.

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“I have a sisterhood of women who have been through the same things I have been through, who think the way I think, who feel the way I feel, who were having to put up with so much crap like I had to. And I wrote the song for me, but also I feel like it was meant for so many women out there who needed a forum and a voice to represent them in so many ways,” she added.

Last week, the 46-year-old broke her silence on her infamous split during an interview with En Punto con Enrique Acevedo. The singer, who shares two children with Piqué, revealed that she was focusing on herself as Pique moved on with his new girlfriend, Clara Chia Marti.

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“I’ve always been very emotionally dependent [on men] – I have to admit this. I was in love with love,” she said, adding that she once believed a woman needed a man to feel complete. “One way or another, I’ve managed to learn it from another perspective and feel I’ll be fine on my own.”

In June 2022, Shakira and Piqué announced their separation with a joint post saying, “We are sorry to confirm that we are separating. For the welfare of our children, which is our highest priority, we ask that you respect our privacy.”


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