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In a new song, Shakira appears to take aim at ex-boyfriend Gerard Piqué, saying, ‘I was out of your league.’

Shakira is putting her heartbreak into music.

The Colombian singer, 45, released “#53” with producer Bizarrap on Wednesday as part of his Music Sessions project. Shakira’s lyrics appear to be a dig at her ex-boyfriend Gerard Piqué.

Shakira and Piqué’s representatives have been contacted for comment by USA TODAY.

In the upbeat breakup song, she sings, “I was out of your league,” referring to his former career as a soccer player for Manchester United and Barcelona. The footballer announced his retirement in November.

Shakira and Gerard Piqué reach custody agreement for their two sons, with the goal of providing them with the “utmost security.”

In June, the pop star and her ex-husband divorced. “We regret to confirm that we are separating,” the couple said at the time in a statement. “For the well-being of our children, who are our highest priority, we ask that you respect our privacy. Thank you for your patience.”

Milan, 9, and Sasha, 7, are the couple’s two sons.

Shakira met Piqué while promoting her World Cup anthem “Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)” in 2010. People reports that the couple first confirmed their relationship in March 2011.

Shakira has been in legal trouble since their divorce. Spanish prosecutors charged her with tax evasion, alleging she owed the Spanish government nearly $15 million in back taxes between 2012 and 2014. During those years, Shakira listed the Bahamas as her official residence for tax purposes, but prosecutors claim she was actually living in Spain with Piqué.

Shakira mentions the case in “#53,” singing, “You left me with your mom as a neighbour.

The press at the door and a Treasury debt.”

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