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Gerard Piqué Offers Advice to Rosalía & Rauw Alejandro After Their Breakup — Here’s What He Said

Shakira’s ex, Gerard Piqué, is offering some unsolicited advice to Rosalía and Rauw Alejandro after the couple officially broke up last week. During his Kings League online talk show, Piqué talked about how he believed they should handle the split.

“It’s better that they keep it to themselves,” Piqué said. “They will know what to do, and everyone should live it as best they can. The most important thing is that they are happy from now on. It’s the end of a chapter, and I hope they are happy.”

Piqué also said that his advice was coming from someone who has experience on the topic. Last summer, he and Shakira ended their relationship after allegations of infidelity.

“I don’t like people talking about me,” Piqué added. “That’s it, I’ve read the statement. It’s okay, but to give opinions… I say this from my own experience.”

We’re not sure which statement Piqué is referring to, but Alejandro released one that referenced his own cheating allegations. “There are thousands of problems that can cause a breakup, but in our case, it was not because of third parties or infidelity,” Alejandro wrote. He also called the allegations “erroneous.”

Rosalía also released her own statement: “I love, respect, and admire Raul very much. Don’t pay attention to the movies, we know what we have lived through. This moment is not easy, so thanks to everyone for understanding and respecting.”

Next time, maybe Piqué can give Alejandro some advice about what to do when a venue full of people starts chanting your ex’s name while you’re onstage. That’s what recently happened to him at an event in Madrid.

Or maybe Gerard Piqué can’t offer any advice since it didn’t look like he knew what to do himself as chants of “Shakira!” rained down on him. To be fair, we wouldn’t know what to do either.