Why did Shakira and Antonio de la Rúa break up?
On January 10, 2011, Shakira announced on her website that after 11 years together, she and de la Rúa had separated in August 2010 after making “a mutual decision to take time apart from [their] romantic relationship.” She wrote that the couple “view this period of separation as temporary and as a time of individual …
Why did Antonio de la Rúa sue Shakira?
Shakira’s former boyfriend, Antonio de la Rúa, is suing the singer for what he claims to be “his share of past and future partnership profits,” Billboard reports. De la Rúa is seeking at least $100 million in damages for alleged breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty.
Who was Shakira’s first husband?
|Partner(s)||Antonio de la Rúa (2000–2010) Gerard Piqué (2011–present)|
Did Shakira lose the lawsuit?
A lawsuit by Shakira’s ex-boyfriend seeking tens of millions of dollars from the singer was dismissed Thursday by a judge who determined the case should not be heard in California.
Is Shakira engaged?
After nine years of dating, Shakira and Gerard have no plans of getting married. “We already have what’s essential, you know?” she told Glamour. “We have a union, a love for each other, and a baby. I think that those aspects of our relationship are already established, and marriage is not going to change them.
What nationality is Shakira’s husband?
Folks in the entertainment industry regular jump from one relationship to the next, but for Shakira and her partner Gerard Piqué, a Spanish professional soccer player, their love is still going strong almost a decade after meeting.
What is Shakiras real name?
Shakira Isabel Mebarak RipollShakira / Full name
Shakira is a Colombian musician who achieved success in both Spanish- and English-speaking markets. By the early 2000s she had become one of the most successful Latin American recording artists in the world. Her full name is Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll.
Was Waka Waka sued for Shakira?
A classic ‘out of court’ settlement, so that everyone can quickly move on. In a 2010 interview, reports Refinery29, Shakira admitted that ‘Waka Waka’ was based on Golden Sound’s song: “I decided to bring a little bit of my culture too which is attached to Africa with an umbilical cord…