Fadi Fawaz, former friend of George Michael, is disgusted by the singer's fans by claiming that star was HIV-positive, did not write his own hits and was untalented in an extraordinary online tirade
- George Michael & # 39; s former friend Fadi Fawaz has claimed that singer & # 39; HIV + & # 39; used to be
- In a Twitter rants, he also claimed that his deceased lover had not written his own songs
- It is after Fawaz was thrown out of Michael's £ 5 million London home last month
Fadi Fawaz has claimed that George Michael was HIV positive at the time of his death
George Michael & former friend Fadi Fawaz claimed today that the Freedom singer was HIV positive.
In a Twitter group this morning, unemployed Mr. Fawaz, 46, also claimed that his deceased lover had not written his own songs.
Mr. Fawaz, who reportedly slept roughly through the streets of London after being thrown home from Michael & # 39; s £ 5 million, tweeted today: tweet: & # 39; George Micheal was HIV + & # 39; .
He followed up his unsubstantiated claim and said: & # 39; We found out in Vienna after his illness. & # 39;
Mr. Fawaz, whose Twitter bio is simply: "I'll never stop missing you xxx", then went on to say: "He never wrote his own music, he paid other people for the music for make him and pretended it was him. Not so talented … & # 39;
He followed the accusation with a selfie, insisting that his account had not been hacked and proved that it was he who sent the tweets.
This morning at 8.41 am Fawaz claimed that his former lover, whose last name he had spelled wrong, was an HIV-positive fraud
He followed up his accusations with a tweet showing that his account had not been hacked
In happier times, George Michael and Fadi Fawaz introduced arm in arm through Soho
Earlier this month, Andrew Ridgley, Michael & # 39; s WHAM! co-star, revealed in his autobiography that Michael refused to come out even after his boyfriend Anselmo Feleppa died of AIDS in 1993.
Ridgeley said it had the star & # 39; destroyed & # 39; but that he & # 39; not in public & # 39; could have argued.
& # 39; Had he spoken before, who knows how different things would have played, & # 39; Ridgley said.
Last month it turned out that Mr. Fawaz was reportedly homeless after he left the £ 49-a-night budget hotel in which he lived after he was thrown £ 5 million from the late singer's house.
The 46-year-old former celebrity hairdresser was checked into the hotel in Covent Garden after allegedly & # 39; broken & # 39; had gone against the windows of his exclusive Regent & # 39; s Park property last month.
In a Facebook post, he told friends that he had become homeless, as reported by The Sun.
He said: & # 39; George Michael de ikon (sic) 3 years later and his lawyers have still not done anything to resolve me, so in recent days I have slept on the street in Covent Garden instead of being home. & # 39;
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