Shakira Has Already Had 714 Marriage Proposals Since Performing At The Super Bowl

Written by Fannin Fabriano

Thursday, 6 February 2020

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President Trump reportedly told Lou "The Bullrog" Dobbs that Shakira has the most gorgeously sexy belly that he's ever seen.

CHICAGO – Shakira was in Chicago to perform at a sold-out concert at The Al Capone Commemorative Coliseum. She talked to Ipso Facto Illustrated Magazine reporter Sigmund Cottonseed.

The Colombian firecracker, who is 43, told him that, since her and JLo’s appearance at the Super Bowl, she has received over 800,000 text messages.

She giggled like a little schoolgirl as she said that, at last count, she’d had 714 marriage proposals, including one from Prince Kurma Al Fifi of Saudi Arabia, 32, and a proposal from Abu Booboo Farfisa, Jr., 27, who owns over 25 camel dealerships in Egypt.

Cottonseed asked the fabulously sexy singer/belly dancer how she was feeling. She smiled, giggled again, and said “Well, my voice is still fantastic, but during one of my belly gyrations, I think I pulled a ligament,” She lifted up her blouse to show him. And she added, “but I put some Absorbine Jr. on it, and I am erotically thrilled to say that I am now back to being my old sensuously sexy self.”

When asked what she has coming up, she said that she will be appearing on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and on Univision’s premier talk show, “Having Guacamole Tacos With Paquita”.

(IN CLOSING – Donald Trump, Jr. is being investigated for allegedly trying to shoot a flamingo on the Mar-a-Lago Estate property.)

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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