Shakira and Piqué: The song that Jorge Celedón uses to motivate the former footballer to reconcile with the Colombian artist

Shakira and Piqué: The song that Jorge Celedón uses to motivate the former footballer to reconcile with the Colombian artist

The story of Shakira and Gerard Piqué, which began at the 2010 World Cup party in South Africa, is still a talking point to this day.

Various phases of the couple have passed since June, when the breakup was discussed, and the world has gradually witnessed this story of the heart.

Regarded as one of the most famous couples in the world, they were the talk of the town from the start as she was 10 years older than Piqué and now has two children together. The ex-partner is currently 45 or 35 years old.

During the split, the Colombian singer released three hit songs in which she talks about her split from Piqué.

The first song was with Rauw Alejandro, Te Felicito, which he released in August 2022; Later, together with Ozuna, he released the other hit called Monotonía, a successful bachata, and in this first month of the year he started session n. 53 with the Argentine bizarre rap, where he moves the world with his lyrics in which he participates has his feelings about the relationship and that has made him come to the forefront in the social networking spheres.

The songs have been part of hundreds of messages, memes, analysis and jokes that speak of the singer’s grieving period to the realization that Piqué suffers from a personality disorder.

A few hours ago, Jorge Celedón also joined this wave,”Gerard Pique, I know that you will conquer her again with this song. Let’s sing a serenade Shakira‘ he wrote in the video’s description to the Colombian artist. posted this celedon in your profile.

@jorgito.celedon

What #GerardPique says to @Shakira, will they forgive him?😊😄😄🤠🤠

♬ Original sound – Jorge Celedón

The song with the Jorg Celedon suggested the Spaniards apologize Shakira Cuatro rosas was the song he interpreted together with Jimmy Zambrano and released on platforms in 2004.

The song was part of his album ¡Juepa Je!. The letter in which he apologizes reads:

“That’s why I put four roses in my hands
one for every sadness I’ve caused you
I’m sorry I kept important things from you.”

This year, Jorge Celedón also invited social networks to find the girl whose phone Bad Bunny threw into the sea and thus support her with a new device.