"George, I hate you": George Michael's boyfriend Fadi Fawaz's shocking rant after he was left out of singer's will
George's cousin Andros Georgiou revealed that Fadi, who was the one to find George's body, had been left nothing in the superstar's will, and is now contesting it.
In a strange turn of events, George Michael's boyfriend Fadi Fawaz happened to tweet "George I hate you," among other rambling posts on social media, not so long after it was revealed that the last musician left nothing for his ex-Fawaz in his will.
But right after that first tweet, Fadi then went on to repeat his claims of George having killed himself. The post read: "How can I be disappointed with someone ended their own life. If anyone can do that to themself (sic), they can do worse things to others."
As reported by The Sun, the rant follows recent emails seen by the publication, where Fadi mentioned that George committed suicide, also adding: “It took five attempts.” Soon followed another cryptic post, where Fadi continued with his rant, saying: "Your power proved to me you could make a Town not react to loud noise at odd hours."
He also added: "Your power proved to me you could turn friends, family and strangers into liars, cowards, and very much inhuman and yet this mega power can't make or keep someone KIND or LOVING. And I cannot wait to prove that to you. With all my hate."
Several fans believe that Fadi is behind these posts, even though his tweets come just days after he shared with his followers that his email had been hacked.
I was informed my emails been hacked so pls if you see any emails from my account any where do inform me asap. Many thanks— Fadi Fawaz (@fadifawaz) July 31, 2018
However, last week, George's cousin Andros Georgiou, 55, also revealed that Fadi, the one to find George's body, had been left nothing in the superstar's will. Most of his cash was left to charities, his sisters, and staff. Even his former boyfriend, Kenny Goss, was missing from the will
As per Andros, Fadi, 45, who was one of the regular recipients of money from George, had been contesting the will ever since it came out. He added: “Fadi is threatening to go all the way to High Court, but I think the estate will have to settle with him. He’s been offered £500,000 and I think the estate should pay a couple of million to get rid of him.”
The said estate is looking to sell the property, along with another in Regent’s Park, London, while Fadi is yet to permanently move out of the £5million pad. Andros said that the estate has written to those getting a share - which includes a housekeeper from his North London home and another one at Goring, Oxfordshire, where George was found dead at the age of 53, on Christmas day, 2016. “People who worked for George and were loyal to him will be getting small amounts," Andros mentioned.