“It is the darkest stage of my life”

The Colombian singer finally broke the silence Shakira being interviewed for the October issue of the magazine she. In the dialogue the journalist Lulu Garcia Navarro He asked her about her current state and about the consequences of the marriage with the Catalan footballer Gerard Piqué. “I have paparazzi camping out in front of my house 24/7. Y there is no place where i can hide of them with my children, except in my own house”, said the woman from Barranquilla in an emotional moment.

This is the first time that Shakira approaches the microphones of the press after the media hurricane that unleashed the news of her divorce. Until now, the versions that have circulated on social networks and in the news media have been fueled by speculation and leaks from people close to the couple. At another point in the talk, Shakira mentioned the importance of music to go through the grieving period: “In my case, I think writing music is like going to a psychiatristJust cheaper,” he said.

He added: “It’s probably the darkest stage of my life”.

The marital rupture would have been produced by the continuous infidelities of Piqué, who has already appeared in public places in the company of Clara Chia Marti, his new girlfriend. Everything has been said in these weeks: there has been talk of an agreement between the couple to have an open relationship, of the supposed interest of Alejandro Sanz and Iker Casillas by the Colombian, the alleged darts launched by her in her next video with Ozuna.

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Although without going into too much detail, Shakira did mention the shock that the dissolution of her family has caused her. He also spoke of his dedication to home and of having put his career second to supporting Piqué’s dreams: “Gerard, as a footballer, wanted to play football and win titles, and I had to support him. I mean, one of the two had to make a sacrifice, right? Either he left his contract with Barcelona and moved to the United States with me, where my career is, or I would have to do it in his place. And so, one of the two had to make that effort and that sacrifice. And I did it. I put my career on the back burner and I came to Spain to support him so that he could play football and win titles. And it was an act of love.”

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