SERGIO RAMOS was on hand to present Shakira an award after her Gerard Pique “diss track” – and fans hailed the shock moment as “generational s***housery”.
Several of Shakira’s most recent singles appear to be swipes aimed at her ex Pique, including The Boss.
The song is named after the alleged nickname given to her by Pique’s friends after she failed to hang out with them or bond with them during the pair’s relationship.
The music video for the track also features the nanny her ex allegedly fired without pay and another one of her singles talks about wanting more in a relationship that feels like drinking out of an empty cup.
And her music video for the single Copa Vacia features Shakira as a siren, where she “returns to the sea because it’s her destiny”.
The star’s recents efforts were rewarded at the lavish bash this week as she picked up three prizes.
Shakira scooped the Urban Best urban/fusion performance award for ‘TQG’ that she featured in alongside Karol G.
The Hips Don’t Lie singer scooped Song Of The Year for ‘Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53’ and was seen sweetly high-fiving her seven-year-old son Sasha afterwards, while her nine-year-old boy Milan was also in the front row at the ceremony.
And Shakira and her collaborator Bizarrap were also named this year’s Best Pop Song and Best Urban Interpretation winners for the same hit.
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The two men both won Euros twice and the World Cup together playing in defence for their country – but they had years of tussles as Barcelona and Madrid battled it out for the top prizes.
And after seeing Ramos hand over the prize, football fans loved it with one tweeting: “This is generational s***housery.”
“Completely elite. The highest level,” wrote another.
A fellow fan called Ramos the “greatest menace of all time”.
While another said: “I’m not sure anything could ever top this.”
The famous pair were together for 11 years but the split led to Shakira moving from Barcelona to Miami with their children.
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At Thursday’s awards, Shakira said: “I also want to share this with my Spanish public.
“You have been there accompanying me through the good and the bad, in difficult moments.”
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