Shakira: Vocal cord injury turned me into a bitter person
Popstar Shakira said that her long-time partner and Spanish football star Gerard Pique supported her throughout his struggle. She revealed that her vocal cord hemorrhage in 2017 pushed her into depression and made her a bitter, pessimistic figure.
Shakira had to postpone her El Dorado World Tour due to a vocal cord injury, and the singer was told that she needed to undergo surgery, but instead let her recover on her own.
In 2017, Shakira shocked the world when she had to postpone her El Dorado World Tour due to vocal cord injury. Much of what the world saw during that time was part of a real-life turmoil with the singer passing behind the scenes. In a new interview with The Guardian, the mother of two is opening up about what she went through and her journey back to super-stardom.
“I always thought there were going to be some things in my life that would go away like beauty, youth, that stuff,” she told the publication. “But I never thought that my voice would leave me because it is inherent to my nature. It was my identity. So when I couldn’t sing, it was unbearable. Many times I can’t even get out of bed.” Was. I was very depressed. “
In addition to being tough from her career for obvious reasons, She also explained the toll her relationship with long-term partner Gerard Pigue had.
“He jokes that you think you want your wife to shut up – but when I had to remain quiet, he felt that he was one of the ex-convicts who was given their freedom and didn’t know what to do “she shared” I was not positive. I was very pessimistic. I was a bitter person living around. Gerard Pigue looked at me the worst. “
Although things looked serious and she was told that she needed to undergo surgery, the singer remained strong and instead let her vocal cords heal on her own. Some people will say mostly miracles, and she will say faith. Fans will get a first-hand experience when a film about her El Dorado tour hits in select theaters on 13 November.
While she is undoubtedly one of the Queen’s pops with no plans to stop anytime soon, she imagines that someday she will settle for quiet farm life.
“Being able to wake up on a farm like one day and mow the lawn and milk some cows,” she reveals her plans for the future. “One day I want a farm life. I don’t think I can ever get bored of living in nature. Eat everything I want. Sometimes I feel that there is something more in life than my real life It is going to happen.”
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