GERARD Pique’s new girlfriend seems to be reeling from Shakira’s hit diss track, as being “the other woman” has seemingly taken its toll.
23-year-old public relations student Clara Chia Marti has reportedly been teleworking from her parent’s home in Spain to escape prying eyes.
Spanish journalist Lorena Vazquez pointed out: “They stop her in the street, they sing the song to her, everyone recognizes her, and as she is quite a shy girl.”
Yesterday, journalist Saul Ortiz provided further updates on Clara as she battles a barrage of hate from Gerard’s ex, Shakira, 45, after her diss track “Shakira: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53”.
Ortiz said: “She has been at her parents’ house for about eight days, teleworking.
“She has needed a refuge because her state of mind is not good. It’s not easy being a girl of 23 and being on the lips of Spain and the whole world.
“It has taken its toll on her and she needed to take a step away.”
Gerard and Shakira have been engaged in a sour falling-out since they parted ways after a 12-year romance.
In the song, Shakira shades Gerard and Clara Chia, with one fiery line saying: “Sorry baby I should have thrown you out a while ago… I wish you good luck with my supposed replacement.”
In another verse, she digs at Clara Chia, singing: “You traded a Ferrari for a Twingo/ You traded a Rolex for a Casio.”
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Gerard responded to the song by turning up to work in an £8,000 Renault Twingo.
Shakira has continued to wage war on her alleged cheating ex and has even forbidden her two sons, Sasha, seven, and Milan, ten, from calling Gerard’s mum “grandma”.
Montserrat Bernabéu has allegedly shown support of her son’s new lover, much to the anger of his ex and baby mama Shakira.
According to Marca, respected neurologist Montserrat has been left “devastated by the war unleashed by Shakira“.
The former Barcelona defender was previously pictured looking miserable at an NBA game in Paris following the bitter split from Shakira.
While the song has caused some controversy among fans, Shakira called it a “catharsis and a release.”
The Colombian superstar’s song surged to the top of Spotify’s Top 50 Global chart within days after its release.
It also became the Latin song with the most streams in a single day in the platform’s chart history.