Here’s how Piqué reacted to those who booed him

This weekend saw the finals of the Kings League and Queens League, football leagues founded by Gerard Piqué.

To celebrate the championship final, Piqué and his team members attended a private party in Madrid. Everything was going well until Piqué took the stage with a microphone and the audience started booing him and Madrid chanting. Let’s remember that for many years Gerard was a defender at Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid’s biggest rival.

Hearing these comments, Piqué stepped up to the microphone and said, “At least I’m world champion. you are nobody You have to be a champion of something, of something; because right now you are puppets.”

After that, the partygoers started shouting Shakira’s name over and over again. That annoyed the footballer, who kept asking: “And what happens?”

This wasn’t the only awkward moment the former soccer player faced. At another point in the party, Iker Casillas, the former goalkeeper of the Spanish team, asked the song “Waka Waka” to be played to commemorate the year Spain were world champions.

Waka Waka is the song that Shakira, Piqué’s ex-partner, closed out the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, the place where the two met.

Another notable moment occurred during the participation of Manuel Turizo, who performed the song Copa Vacía, in which he makes a duet with Shakira.

What do you think of Piqué’s words?

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