Shakira has opened up about Gerard Piqué’s split. In the interview, she reveals what helps her get over the pain.
Her music helps Shakira (46) get over the separation from Gerard Piqué (36) – the singer has now explained this in a TV interview. The couple, who have sons Milan, 10, and Sasha, 8, ended their relationship in June 2022. The artist and the former soccer player were in a relationship for twelve years.
The journalist Enrique Acevedo (44) now in the Mexican TV interview that this was “an honest and brutal time” in her life. But she has never felt so supported by her friends and fans. “Not all dreams in life come true,” said the 46-year-old. “But life finds a way to make it up to you in some way.”
“Now I feel complete”
Shakira also revealed that she had previously been “emotionally dependent on men” and believed in “the fairy tale that a woman needs a man to be whole”. She continued, “Now I feel complete because I feel like I’m relying on myself and I also have two kids that are relying on me so I have to be stronger than a lioness.”
Shakira’s split from Piqué recently made headlines again after she released the track “BZRP Music Session #53.” Many fans saw it as a revenge song. Among other things, she sings about being too good for the person she used to be with.
“You have to accept and tolerate the frustration that things aren’t going the way you want them to, that dreams are shattered and you have to pick up the tiny pieces from the floor and rebuild yourself,” she said in the interview, adding that she had to be a role model for her children “to let them know that you can overcome anything”. Speaking about the creation of her new music, the singer explained that the process is liberating and more effective for her than a session with a therapist.
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