Shakira revealed that people around her almost prevented her from releasing her “Session 53” with Bizarrap about Piqué

Miami, July 14 (Notistarz).- The Colombian singer Shakira confessed that her collaboration with Bizarrap about the fidelity of her ex-partner Gerard Piqué, was about to not come out, after people close to her recommended that she not remove it, but she did not allow that will restrict freedom of expression.

Her separation a year ago from former soccer player Piqué caused her great pain, after also discovering that he had been unfaithful to her with Clara Chía Martí, and she wanted to express it through music, with “Session 53” being a showcase that ended for becoming a world anthem.

During an interview for the US Hispanic chain Univisión, the Barranquillera spoke about how her controversial collaboration was disapproved by her team, since it was a direct composition for her ex-partner and father of her two children.

“I didn’t think it was going to be so iconic. Many people around me and my team told me: ‘No, you’re not going to release that song Shakira,'” the singer said, but she decided to go ahead, because that was a way of expressing herself and bringing out everything she felt at that time as a woman and like mother.

“But what are you thinking? And I said no, I am not an employee of the United Nations, a public official, I am an artist and I have to express myself… I just have no other way to do it. And that freedom of expression is non-negotiable,” she concluded.

After leaving their relationship, Shakira released “Monotonía” in which she revealed that there were no culprits, until the infidelity of the owner of Kosmos was uncovered, for which the following songs talked about it such as “Session 53” and “TQG ” a duet with Karol G. He also premiered “Acrostic” dedicated to his children Sasha and Milan.


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