There are many celebrities who have sent signs of support Shakira after his new songBZRP music sessions 53′, after launching harsh attacks on Gerard Piqué and Clara Chía Martí. One of the reactions that drew the most attention, however, was that of Aracely Arambula who made decisions about his TikTok account to sing an excerpt of this topic, commanding a strong message a Luis Miguel.
In the last days, Shakira It has served as a source of inspiration for many women, since the Colombian urged them not to remain silent after a disappointment in love and not be afraid to express their feelings, for which many women, including celebrities, have taken their word for it and have taken to social networks to put it.
Aracely Arámbula sings Shakira’s “BZRP Music Sessions 53” and gives a hint to Luis Miguel
One of the stars who took the spotlight in this situation was Aracely Arambula who shared a video via his TikTok account of himself singing, “You left my mother-in-law as your neighbor, with the press at your door and the debt in the treasury. You thought you hurt me and made me stronger. Women don’t cry anymore, women attack”, which is part of the lyrics of ‘BZRP music sessions 53‘ so many of his followers began to speculate that he wanted him send a strong message a Luis Miguel.
It is worth noting that another of the unsolved unknowns in the entertainment world was the reason for the breakup Aracely Arambula Y Luis Miguel, as neither celebrity has commented on the matter. However, it is suspected that Sol de México didn’t want the actress to move on and devote herself to her work as the singer’s mother and partner. It is also rumored that Mickey would not have been able to meet his obligations as a father from 2020 to early 2021, which is why “La Chule” has carried all the little ones’ expenses.
That’s why it says the video is shared by Aracely Arambula on your TikTok account, To sing ‘BZRP music sessions 53‘ is no coincidence, but also sent him one strong message a Luis Miguelfollowing in Shakira’s footsteps and expressing her feelings through some references to the “Sol de México”.