Shakira Says She Won’t Write Anymore Songs About Ex Gerard Piqué

Don't anticipate Shakira to take any more blows at her ex Gerard Piqué in future songs.  

The Colombian music icon, 47, spoke with Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1 ahead of the release of her eleventh studio album  

Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran (Women No Longer Cry), which was formally released on Friday.  

The album's title is based on a line from her hit "Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53" duet with Argentine producer Bizarrap.   

The track, which has over 706 million views on YouTube, criticized the FC Barcelona soccer player for his infidelity.  

The Barranquilla native has recorded a run of tunes dissing her ex, including "TQG" with Karol G and "El Jefe" with Mexican regional band Fuerza Regida  

all of which appear on the new album. Shakira, on the other hand, informed Lowe that she will formally end this musical chapter with one more song.  

In "Última," one of two ballads on the album, Shakira expresses thanks for the time spent with Piqué. Despite attempts to reconcile, their mismatched lifestyles led to the end of their relationship.  

The singer informed Lowe that "Última" almost didn't make the cut due to scheduling constraints.  

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