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Shakira makes major change to life with two sons after split from ex Gerard Piqué

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Shakira makes major change to life with two sons after split from ex Gerard Piqué
Faye James
Faye JamesSenior Editor
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Shakira is embarking on a fresh chapter in her life after parting ways with soccer icon Gerard Piqué. 

The Colombian songstress recently took to Instagram to bid farewell to Barcelona, Spain, where she lived with her two sons and Gerard.

In her heartfelt post, Shakira wrote: "I established myself in Barcelona to give my kids stability, the same one we are now looking for in another corner of the world alongside my family, friends and the sea. Today we start a new chapter in search of their happiness."

Expressing her gratitude to those who supported her during her time in Barcelona, Shakira continued: "Thank you to everyone that surfed with me in the Barcelona waves, the city in which I learned that friendship is longer than love.

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“Thanks to everyone that helped me, dried my tears, inspired me, and made me grow. Thanks to all my Spanish fans that gave me their loyalty and love. For you guys, it's only a see you later and like my father said many times, we'll see you on the curves."


Reports suggest that Shakira is considering a move back to Miami, Florida, with her sons Milan, 10 and Sasha, eight.

The decision to relocate comes in the wake of allegations that Gerard cheated on Shakira with Clara Chía, whom he is now publicly dating.

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In response to the breakup, Shakira found solace and inspiration in her music, penning a song that serves as both a public acknowledgement and a powerful statement. 

Collaborating with Bizarrap for Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53, the Colombian singer and songwriter transformed the track into an anthem of women's empowerment, taking a stand against Piqué.

One of the song's lyrics, "Las mujeres ya no lloran, las mujeres facturan," translates to, "Women don't cry anymore, they cash in."

The empowering tune quickly became a worldwide hit, and Shakira's performance of the song on The Tonight Show took the internet by storm as the spirited audience sang along with the superstar.

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