SHAKIRA has raked in a staggering sum of cash from her latest song that takes swipe at her ex-Gerard Pique after their bitter split.
The song called Shakira: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol 53, surged to the top of Spotify’s Top 50 Global chart within days.
It also became the Latin song with the most streams in a single day in the platform’s chart history.
According to Marca, the revenge song has already made her £419,150 from YouTube, £409,330 from Amazon, £294,720 from Spotify and £980,000 from Apple.
With profits expected to increase as time goes by.
The music video has also wracked 133 million views on Bizarrap’s YouTube channel.
And it has been streamed more than 53 million times on Spotify.
The instant success has added kindling to the fire as the bitter spat saga continues.
The couple separated last summer and the song is believed to reference the Barcelona legend’s relationship with Clara Chia, 23.
In the tune, Shakira sings: “I’m worth two 22’s, you traded a Ferrari for a Twingo, you traded a Rolex for a Casio… a lot of gyms, but work your brain a little bit too.”
It is believed those lyrics are directed at Pique and a deal that was struck for his new seven-a-side Kings League.
The former Manchester United defender turned up to a Kings League event in a Twingo car and has signed a sponsorship deal with Casio.
He announced the latter partnership during an appearance on a live stream of the Kings League.
Pique said: “We have an agreement with Casio.”
Other lyrics in the song read: “No hard feelings babe, I wish you good luck with my so-called replacement.
“I don’t even know what happened, you’re acting so weird I don’t even recognise you.”
Shakira described the break-up as incredibly difficult for their family.
The Colombian artist is due to move to Miami with their sons Milan, nine, and Sasha, seven, later this year.
She was expected to make the move earlier this month but had to postpone her plans because of the health of her ailing 91-year-old dad who was hospitalised in Barcelona.