The grand final of the Kings League, the sporting event held on Sunday at the Camp Nou where Gerard Piqué's project went from digital to reality, was full of surprises. After establishing itself as the great sporting novelty of the year on the Internet, this amateur league invaded the Barça stadium to offer spectators a very different day.
Beyond the Kings League Final Four, the sporting event featured various musical performances to entertain viewers. Continuing with the young spirit of the competition, those in charge of entertaining part of the evening were the four most renowned Spanish freestylers: Chuty, Gazir, Skone and Bnet. Each of these represented a Final Four finalist team, and some of their lyrics alluded to the break between Shakira and Piqué, paraphrasing the song Music Sessions.
During the freestyle battle between Gazir and Chuty, the rappers took various taunts at each other and defended the team they followed, but their lyrics slipped into some phrases that could well have made Gerard Piqué uncomfortable. "The Salyans are going to win, clearly," Chuty said in one of his verses. "I only come to do freestyle, stoner that splashes you," Gazir replied.
At another point in the battle, the same duel used another verse from the Bizarrap and Shakira song to throw another dart at each other. "I'm worth two out of twenty-two," Chuty told Gazir, referring to his age. The duo also used references to Leo Messi to carry on with their teams' defence. "I'm not the first dwarf that makes the Camp Nou scream," said Gazir, alluding to his height.
More than 92,000 people attended this sporting event in Barcelona after the tournament hung the "no tickets" sign. In addition to the invited artists, among whom were Lali Espósito and Tiago PZK, other Kings League team presidents, who could not qualify for the Final Four, also made an appearance.