This past Thursday night left a special color in Seville, a color marked by music and the most outstanding talents on the Latin American scene. For the first time in its 24-year history, the Latin Grammy Awards left the United States to land in the Andalusian capital, specifically at the Fibes Palace of Congresses and Exhibitions. An event marked by a multitude of moments, like the one Shakira left on stage.
The Colombian singer took three statuettes thanks to her already world-famous Session with the Argentine producer Bizarrap, a song that many considered her “diss track” directed at Gerard Piqué. Some darts that were seen again during the speech that the artist gave to the public to collect the Award for Best Pop Song. Hours after the ceremony, the former Barça footballer himself reacted to this attitude in a live interview with Ibai Llanos.
“I want to dedicate this award to my children because I have promised them that I will be happy, that they will have a mother who will smile. In the past there is nothing, only the future is remembered,” expressed the native of Barranquilla. Her followers have taken the last phrase of her words as a new attack on her ex-partner, which he responded forcefully. Speaking with his colleague and business partner, Piqué insisted that there is no need to worry about what people will say.
“Your life doesn't change anything, you have to do what you have to do, and in the end we are now talking about the whole mental issue, about young people, who are rising... Oh, there is brutal pressure on this entire new generation about what they will say about it, to social networks, Instagram, trying to pretend to be something that you are not... Ostia, I was at school, and I remember that one day we were talking about classes at school, at school I would teach the children that it doesn't matter what they say the people,” expressed the president of the Kings League.
“If you don't care. Your life, it doesn't matter if everyone thinks you're an idiot, that you're at home, with your people, and if your people think you're the best in the world, that's enough. All I want is for my parents to feel proud, for my children to feel proud of me, for my people around me to feel proud of me,” the former soccer player concluded. These have not been the only words criticizing what happened, just as it happened this morning in Aruseros.
“Well, it's the first time a mother promises her children that she will be happy. Luckily the page has turned. That phrase shows that children are much more adults than the mother, because it is the mother who has to promise her children that she will be happy,” pointed out the presenter, Alfons Arús. “Here's the thing, these words give the impression that the children are aware of anything that happens to the mother and the emotional state of the mother,” Angie Cárdenas highlighted.