Screenshot of Polònia’s version on TV3 of Bizarrap’s 53rd session with Shakira
More than 24 hours after the publication of the session number 53 of bizarre with Shakirathe great song of the Colombian woman sprinkled with references to her ex-partner, the ex-soccer player Gerard Piquédoes not cease to provoke reactions without ceasing, inside and outside of social networks.
After the comments from a multitude of tweetersof the words of Ibai before the review of the singer to the excanterano of Barça and of a exhaustive analysis of the letter After the song, it’s Polònia’s turn.
The scriptwriters of the program tv3 they give way to a refrain tuned in the purest Choni style and sing verses like “a wolf like me uses a voodoo doll, I’m going to make you voodoo. You have to be in contact, I’ll get closer, with your little face I’ll do kung-fu” and rhymes in honor of the star delicacy in Spain: “I don’t know what happened to you, you’ve traded a whole Cinco Jotas for the Ham Ham Ruffles.” Without forgetting, of course, Piqué’s new partner, Clara Chia: “She has the name of a fine person. If I eat chia, I get shit.”
— Poland (@poloniatv3) January 12, 2023
The messing around in networks has been unleashed once again on account of this new version.
– Nachenko69 (@Nachenko69) January 13, 2023
— Pedro Vallin (@pvallin) January 13, 2023
— I’m not that ✈714 (@evoliveras) January 12, 2023
—Takatana (@Takatana23) January 13, 2023
— javimaba (@javimaba) January 13, 2023
—FrankNR (@LordMento) January 13, 2023
—Alice🌾 (@_awakefield_) January 13, 2023
— Bioleg (@XarnegoBcn) January 12, 2023
Poland, how great! In record time, sharing Shakira’s discarded verses #PolandTV3
— Laia (@Laia_antrop) January 13, 2023
— Haappy-MEAL (@Kherk_) January 13, 2023
— Spooky Ro 🦇 (@R0quefort) January 12, 2023
— Eugenio Quintana (@Euggenius) January 13, 2023
As Internet users well remember, the ban on versions of East beef of this loving outpouring of Shakira it’s already open. There is nothing left to do but rub your hands and wait for the next genius that the networks bring us.