- Colombian singer Shakira turned 44 and her fans worldwide wished her a happy birthday on social media
- Shakira has an extensive discography and has won three Grammy awards, she also regularly tops the music charts
- Shak defied the odds and became a singer, even after one of her teachers said that she has a bad voice
Shakira celebrated her 44th birthday on 2 February 2021 and fans all over the world wished the songstress well. Shakira is a Colombian singer and songwriter who is loved by many.
Shak started off by releasing songs in Spanish but as time went by, she learned how to speak English and also made the transition in her music. Arguably, one of her biggest songs is Hips Don't Lie.
She also made an official 2010 FIFA World Cup song called Waka Waka (This Time for Africa), featuring the South African group Freshlyground. The song became the biggest-selling World Cup song of all time.
Shakira has also released a number of other hit songs such as She Wolf, Underneath Your Clothes, and Can't Remember to Forget You (featuring Rihanna).
Fans took the time to celebrate Shakira, and Complex shared a fact about the singer, saying that she was told that her voice is bad so she can't join the school choir.
Take a look at some of the wishes below:
"Now she is one of the most impactful people in the world. Happy birthday Shakira."
"Happy birthday to the Queen."
In other world celebrity news, Briefly.co.za reported that Michelle Obama hailed the kids who recreated her inauguration outfit. The former first lady of America, Michelle Obama, has finally acknowledged the two kids, Ryleigh and Zayden, who recreated her family's outfit.
Recall that the kids became famous for the recreation when the photos showing them wearing replicas of Michelle and Obama's inauguration clothes hit the internet.
In a Twitter post by the former first lady on Monday, February 1, she said the kids really nailed it, suggesting their attempt was perfect.
Her tweet praising the kids has received over 250,000 likes with hundreds of quoted replies at the time of writing this report.
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Source: Briefly News