George Michael's boyfriend reveals that he will resort to selling the dead star's possessions for his survival
Late singer George Michael's boyfriend, Fadi Fawaz is in a court battle with the singer' family and since he cannot find a job, he says he has to sell the celebrity's possessions.
George Michael's boyfriend who survives him has made many fans and followers angry after he posted many tweets in which he stated that he was prepared to sell the late singer's possessions in order to survive. He also shared that he was ready to talk money with the press and struggles to survive financially after Michael's death.
In a series of dramatic and emotional tweets, 44-year-old Fadi Fawaz who has been Michael's boyfriend and lover for the last seven years wrote, "I am done with being respectful towards George Michael or the rest... And no I won’t get a job. George Michael Items for sale if you interested please let me know. It’s a way so I can survive till we solve the problems with his family and lawyer. Since I’m left with no help and since no one is human anymore."
"I will fight for my right from George Michael till the last day of my life," he continued.
Earlier in March, it was reported that the late star's possessions were among the items being seized from Fawaz after he failed to pay off a £513 debt. There have been constant reports of conflict between Fawaz and George Michael's family. The couple met in the year 2009.
Many George Michael fans have shared their outrage over Fawaz wanting to sell Michael's possessions to survive. Some fans have accused Fawaz of being greedy and money-minded while a few were understanding and sympathetic to his situation. Fawaz currently lives in the singer's London home which is worth around £5 million.
As reported by Forbes, Michael's family were believed to be planning legal action to remove him from the London home.
Fawaz was also the first person to find Michael's body after the singer passed away at the age of 53-years-old on Christmas Day in the year 2016. Postmortem revealed that Michael had died from heart disease and liver problems.