"There is no Rolex or Casio here": Lucero sets an example of how an ex  partner relationship should be and sends a message to Shakira

"There is no Rolex or Casio here": Lucero sets an example of how an ex partner relationship should be and sends a message to Shakira

On January 11, Shakira caused a lot of reactions after releasing the long-awaited collaboration with Argentine producer Bizarrap.

The song, full of poisoned darts, is aimed at Gerard Piqué and his current girlfriend Clara Chía Martí.

In BZRP Music Session #53, the 45-year-old artist spouts phrases aimed at her ex-partner, such as “So much so that you were a champion and when I needed you you gave your worst version” or ” I understood that it’s not my fault that they criticize you, I only make music, sorry I spattered you”.

The Colombian goes even further and leaves no doubt about her intentions when she says “this is for me to mortify you, chew and swallow, swallow and chew” or “women don’t cry anymore, women’s bill”.

The notes and the reaction of Lucero and Mijares

Shakira’s theme also attracted attention and sparked various reactions, including brands like Twingo, mentioned in the lyrics of the song “you change a Ferrari for a Twingo”. Just like “You traded a Rolex for a Casio”.

Based on the marks or phrases, Lucero spoke on Jan. 16 and sent a resounding message on her Instagram account that her fans associate as a lecture on dealing with an ex.

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“There is neither Rolex nor Casio here. Here are some friends who sing wholeheartedly for our audience,” was the phrase shared by Lucero, in which he included a video of him singing with Mijares.

Lucero and Mijares separated in 2011. The couple have two children, Lucerito and José Manuel, and currently both singers are touring and sharing the stage, a situation well received by their fans. In addition, his participation was mentioned as a symbol of maturity.

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