George Michael’s boyfriend for six years wrote a poem about the deprivation, he suffers after George’s death

George Michael’s boyfriend for six years wrote a poem about the deprivation, he suffers after George’s death

Fadi Fawaz, who had been the long-termed last boyfriend of the megastar George Michael, has revealed a truth about his “hell” since losing George in a heart wrenching poem. The late star’s partner reveals he feels regret about being unable to save Michael. Fadi writes in a poem: “One heart decides to fail, I find myself in hell, Now I feel ashamed, One Christmas Day.” He goes on to admit he “hates that day”. The final verse reads: “I go to bed to lay, I feel more ashamed, I try to hide my head, Pillows turn to red, I lost my way, One Christmas Day.”

In a long series of Twitter posts, that preceded the poem itself, Fawaz mysteriously told followers the “truth is yet to be revealed” about Michael’s death. His words were: “The truth is yet to be told, not long now. I mean the whole truth, of course. Just the way it happened. One day I will be told the truth.” During the 11 Tweet rant, he continued: “Looked after him in the most loving and respecting way every day of the last six years and on 26 December. Everything stopped and six months later the icon partner still struggles to buy milk and water six months later. That’s the truth.” A few days before posting a poem, Mr. Fawaz has tweeted: “George I am starving,” followed by: “George I am really hungry.”

The 44-year-old man has been embroiled in arguments ever since the singer’s death, but staunchly denies selling stories on his late boyfriend. Family members previously claimed he is out to get his hands on the Freedom star’s death.

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