Clara Chia’s family have attacked Shakira over her diss track, saying her daughter won’t respond because she’s a “lady”.
CLARA Chia’s family have attacked Shakira over her diss track – saying her daughter won’t respond because she’s a ‘lady’.
Student Clara, 23, has been spotted with Gerard Pique for the first time since she seemingly went into hiding to avoid backlash over the Colombian singer’s new song.
Shakira’s explosive melody left little doubt that she was referring to her former partner and his younger lover.
In the new track – BZRP Music Sessions #53 – she attacks Clara’s age with the lyrics: “I’m worth two 22s. You traded a Ferrari for a Twingo, you traded a Rolex for a Casio.”
Clara reportedly took the song as a “joke” – and said she won’t react.
A source told Univision: “They don’t find it funny, that’s for sure, but they don’t care that much.”
And one of Clara’s pals added: “Clara has never said anything and of course she won’t say anything, she’s a lady.”
Clara’s parents have reportedly referred to Shakira as “Pique’s ex” “disparagingly” – and they are said to be “delighted” about their daughter’s new relationship.
The sources insisted that Clara is “calm and happy” and “her day-to-day life is the same as ever.”
Following the release of Shakira’s song last month, Clara is said to have moved into her mum and dad’s home in Spain to telecommute away from prying eyes.
She left cover when she was seen leaving his penthouse in a car.
Footage showed Clara wearing white sunglasses as they appeared to be laughing together.
Shakira, 46, and Pique, 35, split last year after the Spaniard left her for Clara.
The pair have been locked in a bitter argument since they split after a 12-year romance.
Shakira has placed a creepy life-size witch doll on her balcony in Barcelona, which overlooks her ex-mother-in-law’s home.
Gerard’s mother Montserrat Bernabéu is said to have rushed to Shakira’s and asked her staff to turn it over, but the singer has refused to take it off.
Shakira has also reportedly banned her sons Sasha, seven, and Milan, ten, from calling their grandma because she is supporting her son’s new lover.
Meanwhile, the soccer ace has gone official on Instagram with his new girlfriend, who gets along well with his pals – unlike Shakira – who they dubbed ‘The Boss’.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/7302177/clara-chia-family-hit-out-at-shakira/ Clara Chia’s family have attacked Shakira over her diss track, saying her daughter won’t respond because she’s a “lady”.