“I’m going to make you voodoo”: this is the parody they did to Shakira’s song about Piqué

Shakira and her new song BZRP Music Session #53 Together with the Argentine Bizarrap, he continues to give people something to talk about and this time not only because of the success he has been on digital platforms. And it is that, he was left with nothing, so he decided to ‘throw’ Piqué head-on, with a pun that ends up mentioning the Catalan’s last name on several occasions, always making it clear that she is “a lot of woman” for him , who would have left her worse off than the media and tabloid press ever reported.

Well, the ‘tiradera’ of the barranquillera with the Argentine composer continues to break limits, just eleven hours after being released to the public it had 25 million views, little by little the number of visits increased, to the point that one day later it already exceeded 70 million.

Each part of the lyrics of the song, although until now it is not really known who the composers were, unleashed a whole wave of comments and reactions from celebrities, influencersfootballers, journalists and ordinary people who did not resist giving their opinion on the matter.

Added to these reactions is the most recent parody of the musical success, which has caught the attention of Internet users, in which they add mocking messages against the former soccer player and his new girlfriend, Clara Chía.

It is the version made by the humor program of tv3, Polandwhere you can see the actress Eva Ortega characterizing Shakirawith all the aesthetics of BZRP Music Session #53which has become the most viral topic on social networks.

“For guys like you. My love, the rancor is over, but your girlfriend is short as a plug. It is the hour of compassion, although if you see my mother-in-law, that she eats a turd. Hey, ‘Geri’, I’m good. I think someone flattened your wheels. A wolf like me makes Thebes good”, is heard in the parody video.

The part of the song that has attracted the most attention is where the actress appears pricking a voodoo doll, exaggerating Shakira’s annoyance with Piqué.

“A wolf like me uses a voodoo doll. I’m going to voodoo you. You have to be in contact. I will approach and with your little face I will do Kung-fu. From love to hate there is a step, soon in ‘Crims’ you will see our case. Zero rancor baby, but I warn you that Rosa Peral by my side is a great game. I don’t even know what happened to you that you have changed a whole Five Jacks for the Ham Ham Ruffles“, sings the parody about the famous Twingo and the Casio. “I am Gila, she is José Mota. She has the name of a fine person. If I eat chia, I get ‘cagarrinas’”.

The comparisons between Shakira (Ferrari) and Clara Chía (Twingo) continue on social networks.
The comparisons between Shakira (Ferrari) and Clara Chía (Twingo) continue on social networks. – Photo: Montage with photos from: YouTube Bizarrap/Instagram API/ Vehicles: Getty Images.

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What is the most sought after by Colombians after Shakira’s new song?

According to the Google report, Colombia was the fourth country in the world with the most searches for Shakira in the last seven days, the following are the most popular queries in the search engine made by Colombians.

  • What is the name of Shakira’s new song?
  • Is Shakira’s new song for Piqué?
  • How old is Shakira?
  • Who has more money Shakira or Piqué?
  • What happened to Shakira?
  • What is the name of Piqué’s girlfriend?
Clara Chia and Gerard Piqué.
Clara Chia and Gerard Piqué. – Photo: instagram
  • With whom did Piqué cheat on Shakira?
  • What time does Shakira’s song come out?
  • Where is Shakira from?
  • How much money does Shakira have?

What were the most popular questions about the Twingo?

  • What did Shakira say about the Twingo?
  • What does the word Twingo mean?
  • When was the Twingo discontinued?
  • How much does a 2004 Renault Twingo cost?
The Mobility Secretariat of Bogotá used the phrases of the Colombian Shakira to promote its campaign against the badly parked.
The Mobility Secretariat of Bogotá used the phrases of the Colombian Shakira to promote its campaign against the badly parked. – Photo: Getty/Montage Week

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“I’m going to make you voodoo”: this is the parody they did to Shakira’s song about Piqué