Florida: Celebs Rumors


Would Gerard Piqué allow Shakira to move to Miami with their kids?

Gerard Piqué and Shakira are living separate lives, Spanish media outlets assure that the Colombian singer and businesswoman is considering moving back to the United States. Spain’s national daily sports newspaper Marca reports a legal battle between Shakira and the Spanish soccer player.Although the pair never tied the knot, Shakira and Piqué might bring their disagreements before a judge to decide their rights with their two sons, Milan and Sasha.The publication also informed that a journalist of Televisión Española claims that the “Waka Waka” singer wants to move to Miami, Florida, for a while and bring them with her for at least two months.Allegedly the Barcelona Club athlete refused to allow Shakira to leave Spain with their kids and sign the necessary paperwork giving her permission.Shakira and Chris Evans are the internet’s favorite fantasy coupleShakira reappears shaking her hips weeks after calling it quits from Gerard PiquéCreepy messages were spray painted in front of Shakira’s family home in BarcelonaThe singer’s decision to leave Barcelona for a while comes after creepy messages were left right outside her family home.

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