The author of the song shared a video saying that he does not want any legal problem with the Barranquilla.
“Draw Colombian coca as Shakira …”, that is one of the verses of the song titled Shakira, included in the album Dreckig reden sauber flow ‘, by the German rappers Kalazh44 and Samra, who would be sued by the singer from Barranquilla.
This was revealed by the Telemundo program Suelta la Sopa, who published that, despite the fact that the song was released on YouTube on June 18, the Colombian learned only a few days ago of its existence.
The song, in addition to using Shakira’s name apparently without permission and linking Colombia to cocaine, Its cover is a photomontage that shows the singer as if she was using drugs.
“Sources close to Shakira told Suelta La Sopa, that she learned of the existence of this song just a few days ago, at which time she immediately called her team of lawyers indignantly to take action on the matter”, Affirms that Telemundo space.
Hours later, rapper Kalazh44 shared a video on his social networks in which he refers to the fact and says he does not want any legal problem with Shakira.
“My dear Shakira, in case you see this or someone on your team sees it, I want you to know that we admire you a lot, we really like your music and we don’t want any kind of problems, and Piqué, you also play soccer very well ”, says the singer, who would have already received a message from the Barranquilla’s lawyers.
This is the controversial song, in which also there are references to Pablo Escobar and some characters from the North American show business, such as Gwen Stefani.