The singer, just separated from Piqu, found the sentences written on the asphalt and filed a complaint with the police. It would be a Russian Alex who wants to marry her. Lascer Barcelona
There seems to be no more peace for Shakira who, after the painful separation from Gerard Piqu after almost 12 years and two children (Milan and Sasha), found herself in a whirlwind of allegations that ranged from the constant betrayal of the Barcelona defender to their life as a open couple). And now it’s time as well a stalker to complicate the existence of the 45-year-old Colombian singer who Monday morning she found herself with three messages written in green paint on the asphalt in front of the entrance of his house of Esplugues de Llobregat in Barcelona.
The statements, in English, recite I love you my beautiful woman, I am coming for you, my love and I am ready to marry you now and to support you and as you can see in the video shot by the Spanish agency Europa Press, the mysterious graffiti artist would have signed himself Alex and also put the date, 06/19/22. Understandably worried, Shakira immediately notified the police of the incident.
Although the identity of the stalker remains unknown for now, Brand speculates that it may be a Russian who seems to have been pursuing the pop star since the breakup with Piqu was made public, while the Twitter account @shakirastuff_ reports that another man would have instead left unidentified packages in the singer’s mailbox. In light of the latest episodes, no wonder Shakira wants to move to Miami as soon as possible with her childrendespite Piqu’s opposition that he would prefer her to stay in Barcelona instead.
According to @salvameoficial, a man vandalized the entrance of Shakira? s home in Barcelona with creepy messages, declaring his love for her. Another man has also been leaving packages in her mailbox.
The Spanish Guardia Civil reported to her home today. https://t.co/mP76J3k9oE
– shakirastuff (@shakirastuff_) June 20, 2022
June 22, 2022 (change June 22, 2022 | 15:24)
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