George Michael's ex Fadi Fawaz calls dead star a 'low worthless joke' in disgusting rant
25th April 2021

GEORGE Michael's ex Fadi Fawaz has unleashed a disgusting rant about the late star, calling him a "low worthless joke".

In an erratic video posted online, the legendary singer was slammed by his incoherent ex-boyfriend.

Fadi said: "George Michael. You will never get your pictures George Michael because you are low and you are a piece of f****** dirt and I will never put importance on your f****** pictures at all.

"I will never delete your pictures. "You are a piece of f****** cheap

"Piece of f****** expired. F****** up. You are a f****** f***** up remember.

"Remember they made fun of your name only. What made you think your pictures are important?

"You are a piece of f****** dirt you are. You are low remember you George Michael. Remember that."

Fans of the pop star were left stunned when news broke that 53-year-old had suddenly passed away in 2016.

A coroner found he had died of natural causes and had a dilated cardiomyopathy with myocarditis and fatty liver.

Fadi – who found George's lifeless body "peacefully" in bed on Christmas Day – has previously spouted off about the star.

In April 2018, Fadi revealed he was selling off the singer's belongings on Twitter after declaring he's "done with being respectful" in a scathing online rant.

The Sun revealed that the late star's possessions were being repossessed after Fadi failed to pay off £513 debt.

He was also caught breaking into the late star’s £5million home days before the fourth anniversary of his death.

Then in December 2020 he smashed a window to get into the property, with police showing up to remove him.

He was dragged out by officers after telling them: “This is my place. George wanted me to have it." He was not arrested.

A dramatic leaked 999 call from Fawaz after he discovered Michael's body reveals he spent nearly an hour trying to wake the star before phoning for an ambulance.

George left £97.6million to his sisters, his dad and a string of friends — but snubbed lovers Kenny Goss and Fadi Fawaz.

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