SHAKIRA took to Instagram to take a swipe at her ex Gerard Pique calling herself ‘The Boss’ in a horseback photo.
The Colombian superstar shared aof her music video for her latest track El Jefe, seemingly hitting back at the football ace.
The singer, 46, dressed in a bright red outfit, is seen riding a horse while below the photo she added El Jefe (The Boss) and a cowboy hat emoji.
The new hit is an apparent nod to the alleged nickname she was given by Pique’s pals.
It appears that Shakira never got on with the footballer’s friends who gave her the nickname due to her “bad character” and called her “La Patron” or “The Boss”.
Spanish media reported that Pique’s new girlfriend 23-year-old Clara Chia Marti fits in with the group much easier than Shakira did.
The clip was filmed in Miami for Shakira and Mexican band Fuerza Régida’s new song about a small-town man with dreams of becoming a “boss with potential.”
But toward the end of the diss track, Shakira sings: “This song is for you, since you weren’t paid severance/Another fart, as always.”
And suddenly the former couple’s ex-nanny Lili Melgar appears and stares into the camera giving a disapproving look.
The nanny’s appearance in Shakira’s music clip comes amid claims Pique sacked her without compensation for telling Shakira about his alleged infidelity.
It’s the latest hit following a series of swipes after the ex-couple ended their 11-year- relationship.
Last month the star was pictured holding up a Barcelona shirt as she posed with staff from Pique’s former club.
The Hips Don’t Lie star has released a number of diss tracks after Pique went public with his new relationship with Clara Chia.
She released her song Monotonia in October 2022 with a not-so-subtle hint towards her ex.
She sings: “Suddenly you were no longer the same. You left me because of your narcissism. You forgot what we once were.”
While later she dropped her epic diss track, BZRP Music Session #53″, on January 12, which boasts a staggering 620 million views on YouTube.
The 46-year-old said she believed in “till death do us part” in a tell-all interview and admitted that it was once her “dream” to have a life-long relationship with Pique.
The songstress has been embroiled in a fraud scandal after she was accused of defrauding the Spanish treasury out of millions.
She could face a prison sentence of over eight years if found guilty of charges of defrauding the Spanish treasury between 2012 and 2014.
Source: The Sun
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