Shakira placed a life  size witch doll on the balcony of her home in front of her ex  mother  in  law

Shakira placed a life size witch doll on the balcony of her home in front of her ex mother in law

Shakira placed a life-size witch doll on the balcony of her home in front of her former mother-in-law: Bang Showbiz

Shakira placed a life-size witch doll on the balcony of her home in front of her former mother-in-law: Bang Showbiz

Shakira has reportedly placed a life-size witch doll on the balcony of her Spanish home, which reportedly overlooks her former mother-in-law’s home.

Spanish newspaper Marca said Montserrat Bernabeu, mother of the singer’s 45-year-old ex Gerard Piqué, noticed the creepy mannequin on the terrace of Shakira’s Barcelona home.

And according to the Spanish show Más Vale Tarde, Montserrat asked one of Shakira’s employees to turn the witch over so she wasn’t looking at her house, which is down the street.

Spanish journalist Marc Leirado Millán, in a tweet implying that the dispute has been going on for a long time, said:

“Weeks ago I received information that Piqué’s mother was concerned about an alleged ritual they performed with a black witch. But I didn’t attach any greater importance to it.

Shakira and former soccer player Piqué, 35, ended their marriage in May after 11 years and the singer is reportedly planning to move to Miami with her two children, Milan, 9, and Sasha, 7.

His new song Shakira: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol 53, previously only available in Spanish, was featured as a “diss track” against his ex, who is now dating his 23-year-old girlfriend Clara Chia. with whom she was allegedly cheated on before the breakup.

Shakira sings in tune:

“I’m worth two 22. You traded a Ferrari for a Twingo. You traded in a Rolex for a Casio.

He also seems to cater to Piqué’s intellect while singing:

“Lots of gyms. But also train your brain a little” – and in another section he sings the verses: “You left my mother-in-law as a neighbor. With the press at my door and a debt to the Treasury.

Shakira said last year she felt “hurt” by Spanish tax authorities and accused her of a €12m fraud.

The singer and her legal team criticized this in statements ahead of a pending trial that could see her sentenced to eight years in prison if convicted.

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Commented:

“It is unacceptable that the tax authorities, with their accusation, do not respect the legal certainty that every taxpayer has to be guaranteed and my fundamental rights. In addition to attempting to tarnish a reputation I have earned through years of work, in my case you have violated my right to privacy and the presumption of innocence, fundamental rights of every citizen.’

Shakira is accused of pretending to live abroad and using an offshore corporate account structure to avoid her tax obligations between 2012 and 2014 and faces a court on six separate counts.

In December, she and Piqué agreed in court to split custody of their children.

The former couple signed the agreement in Barcelona after a 12-hour meeting with lawyers and entered and exited the courthouse separately under the banner of their legal teams.

They said in a joint statement after the deal was finalized that their children are their top priority, adding:

“Our sole aim is to offer you maximum security and protection and we trust that your privacy will be respected. We appreciate the interest shown and hope the children can continue their lives with the privacy they need in a safe and peaceful environment.’