Casio warns about fake accounts based on Shakira's song

Casio, the Japanese multinational company, warned about the proliferation of its false pages and profiles on digital platforms, which appeared from Shakira’s “shooting” against her ex-partner, former soccer player Gerard Piqué.

The brand, famous for its durable watches, is featured in a line in the song that has gone viral since last week:

You traded a Rolex for a Casio.

In its official account, Educational Division, Casio stated that it has identified at least three false accounts, which do not have the verification symbol and have even been spread by communicators.

“Many accounts are popping up on Twitter, Instagram and Tiktok pretending to be official CASIO media.

We remember the importance of verifying the sources of information.

No statement or message posted on these accounts is official.@CasioTeam @CasioOficial @Casio_Oficial”.

The only mention that the official account has made on the subject was one that their products are for life.

He also alluded to a Daft Punk song that the new song, released as Bizarrap session 53, would be similar to.

“Today we have quite a few notifications for a mention of CASIO in a song 😜

CASIO (watches and keyboards) and (calculators) belong to and for life”

#Harder, #Better, #Faster, #Stronger.”

Nor has it ruled on the alleged contract with the companies of the former Spanish soccer player, particularly for the Kings League that is currently played in Spain.

After this publication, the official Casio account no longer mentioned the issue of Piqué against Shakira and dedicated itself to promoting educational issues and its support for women and girls in science.

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