Shakira recently released a new song alongside Argentine DJ Bizarrap which has sparked a new discussion on social media. The non-Spanish fans of this popular singer want to know what does Perdon Que Te Salpique mean and the background behind the song. Here we will tell you the inside story behind the new song and tell you what is the exact meaning of this statement.
The track has racked up more than 60 million views on YouTube in just after 1 day and is trending in some parts of the world. It is a song that points at her ex-husband Gerard Pique. Pique is a professional footballer and a well-known personality in the world of football.
Pique and Shakira’s love story is one of the cutest stories as both superstars lived together for more than a decade. Unfortunately, the relationship ended in 2022 and a few months ago the couple separated officially after the court proceedings ended.
What Does Perdon Que Te Salpique Mean In English
Perdon Que Te Salpique is a dig toward the Spanish footballer Gerd Pique who was caught cheating on Shakira. On the BZRP Music Sessions #53, Shakira collaborated with Argentine DJ Bizarrap to put together a new track describing her feeling about the relationship with Barcelona & Spanish defender Pique.
One line of the song ‘Yo solo hago música, perdón que te salpique’ is pointed towards Pique meaning ‘I just make music, sorry if it splashes you’. The exact Salpique meaning in English is nothing as she directly refers to her ex-husband Gerard Pique.
The first line in the track “Una loba como yo no esta pa’ tipos como tu” means “A wolf like me is not for guys like you. I’m too big for you; that’s why you’re with someone just like you.” She tells Pique that a girl like her is not for men like him.
She continued with the scathing lyrics, stating that she would never get back with her ex, even if they “cry or beg” in the future. The exact meaning of the words says “This is for me to mortify you, chew and swallow, so it doesn’t sting. I wouldn’t get back to you, even if you cry or beg me.”
In another line of the song she sings “Tanto que te las das de campeón, y cuando te necesitaba diste tu peor versión” which translates to “You go around saying you’re a champion, and when I needed you, you gave your worst version”.
Another big statement she makes in the track “Yo valgo por dos de 22, Cambiaste un Ferrari por un Twingo; Cambiaste un Rolex por un Casio” which means “I’m worth two 22-year-olds, you traded a Ferrari for a Twingo; you traded a Rolex for a Casio.”
Pique cheated on Shakira with another while being the father of two children. She explains the events made her stronger saying “as mujeres ya no lloran, las mujeres facturan” which means “You thought you hurt me but you made me stronger; women don’t cry anymore, they cash in.”
She finishes the track with lines “Ah, mucho gimnasio, Pero trabaja el cerebro un poquito también” that translates to “Lots of time at the gym, but your brain needs a little work too”. The track has explained the reasons behind the couple’s separation.
Shakira And Pique’s Relationship Status
The couple has parted ways officially a few months ago. Both were seen at Barcelona’s Court of First Instance and Family Court No 18 to ratify their separation lawsuit and agree on the custody of their two sons, Milan and Sasha.
They released a joint statement after court proceedings which stated “Our sole objective is to provide them [their children] with the utmost security and protection, and we trust that their privacy will be respected. We appreciate the interest shown and hope that the children can continue with their lives with the necessary privacy in a safe and calm environment.”
Shakira is very popular globally she first met Pique during the 2010 FIFA world cup. After a few years of living together, the couple got married and had two children. The new song is a message to her ex-husband explaining her feeling towards him.
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As promised, we have explained what does Perdon Que Te Salpique mean and translated the lines into English. That’s all for this post hope you got what you came looking for here. Do share your thoughts on it in the comment box, for now, we sign off.