Whenever, wherever … they’re probably not getting back together.
Shakira took to Instagram to shake her famous and truthful hips after her allegedly unfaithful ex Gerard Pique went public with his new girlfriend.
“Las mujeres ya no lloran las mujeres bailan merengue!” the Colombian pop star, 45, captioned a split-screen video showing her dancing and mouthing the lyrics to her scathing diss track, “BZRP Music Session #53.”
In English, the caption reads: “Women no longer cry; women dance merengue,” which is similar to the lyrics of the song: “Women no longer cry; women cash in.”
In the clip, which was seemingly filmed in a dance studio, Shakira wore a super sexy, long-sleeved, black cut-out bodysuit, which she paired with matching joggers.
Her caramel locks were down and straight, with her bangs pulled back to show off her flawless glam.
Earlier this week, Pique — who seems to have inspired the breakup anthem — went Instagram-official with Clara Chia Marti.
In the selfie-style snap, the Spanish retired soccer star, 35, and the PR student, 23 — who allegedly began their romance while he was still with Shakira — cozied up together on the patio of a restaurant as they flashed the camera sly smiles .
Though Pique did not caption the upload, critics were quick to make snarky suggestions in the comments section.
“I would have been ashamed,” one dissenter remarked, while another wrote, “imagine ruining your family life with your wife and children because you couldn’t keep your willy in your pants.”
“She doesn’t compare to the mother of your children,” a third added.
And many users made references to the jar of jam that reportedly tipped off Shakira that her longtime love was allegedly bringing someone else to their Barcelona home.
The multi-Grammy winner apparently realized her partner of 11 years was allegedly cheating on her when their jelly kept disappearing while she was away on business, even though Pique and their sons — Milan, 10, and Sasha, 7 — hate the fruit spread.
A source told Page Six earlier this month that the singer was “devastated to learn that this woman clearly felt at home in the house they shared with their children.”
Shakira alluded to the sticky situation in her “Te Felicito” music video — which dropped in April 2022, two months before she even announced the split. The musician has continued to musically drag the hunky athlete ever since.
Insiders tell us the songstress is currently working on a “very empowering” new song that will contain even more details about the nasty breakup.