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Shakira’s ‘Te felicito’ reaches 100m views following Pique break-up

Shakira and Rauw Alejandro‘s ‘Te felicito’ has reached as many as one hundred million views on YouTube.

The new hit was released on April 21, which is around two months before the famous singer and Gerard Pique announced that there are breaking up.

In fact, the Google searches for the aforementioned song increased after the news broke about her possible split from the Barcelona centre-back, according to data provided by the popular search engine.

The Catalan region is understandably were the most searches come from, with both Shakira and Pique living in Barcelona.

Meanwhile, there can also be noted a rise in searches for ‘Gerard Pique‘, “Infidelidad”, which means ‘infidelity’ in Spanish, or “Letra te felicito”, which means ‘Te felicito lyrics’, in related subjects.

Shakira’s ‘Te felicito’ lyrics

It should be noted that there are fragments of the song that could be related to what the Colombian singer has experienced in real life.

“I congratulate you, how well you act, of that I have no doubt, with your role you carry on, you look good in that show,” read part of the lyrics.

“I don’t buy that cheap philosophy. I’m sorry, I don’t ride that bike any more. I can’t stand two-faced people. I’d put my hands in the fire for you.”

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Meanwhile, Shakira has also released another song, called ‘Don’t You Worry’, in collaboration with David Guetta and the Black Eyed Peas.

Both Shakira‘s parts and some of the American group’s could be interpreted as a message to the Colombian singer’s current state.

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Part of the lyrics of ‘Don’t you worry’

I feel so alive, I’ma live my best life

Do just, do just what I like

Get that, get that, get that press

I was down now I rise up

Head up and my eyes up

I keep getting wiser

Then I realise that everything will be okay

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