Shakira‘s new song is already becoming the diss heard ’round the world. Within 24 hours, the song racked up more than 50 million views on YouTube. Now, celebrities are weighing in on Shakira’s decision to release the track. Spoiler alert: they’re eating it up.

Celebrities start to weigh in…

In addition to the flood of memes that started popping up online, notable names are commenting on Shakira’s Instagram post to send the singer their love and support. Looking through the comments, there are some big names weighing in on the ongoing drama.

Here are a few of our favorite comments:

First off, we have Nicolas Tagliafico, a footballer who plays for Olympique Lyonnais, a French team of which FC Barcelona (Piqué’s team) is a rival. “Psicólogo de Música,” he wrote in his comment with a fire emoji at the end. In fact, the whole thread is full of fire emojis. But we’ll get there.

In that same spirit, Lionel Messi‘s wife Antonela Roccuzzo also commented on the post with a series of fire emojis. Immediately underneath her, DJ and producer Tiesto wrote, “Another banger!!” His comment also has, you guessed it, fire emojis.

Elsewhere, rapper and singer Neutro Shorty commented, “Ufff leyenda Shakira” with a crown emoji. Another artist, Gordo, simply wrote, “Wowww.” It is unclear if he means it as a positive or negative, but we’re going to be optimistic and say he meant it in a good way.

Meanwhile, Bad Bunny‘s producing duo, SubeloNEO, expressed their support, writing, “Agarrate,” with more fire emojis. On top of that, singer Villana Antillana responded with one of Shakira’s lyrics in all caps: “LAS MUJERES YA NO LLORAN LAS MUJERES FACTURAN!!!!!!!!!”

As of now, her comment has the most likes of anyone on the thread, with more than 182,000 and counting.

At 67 million views, the hits on the new video are starting to finally slow down. However, it’ll be a long time before anyone forgets how thoroughly Shakira destroyed her ex with one three-and-a-half-minute song.