Pissed COUSIN Of George Michael Tells Why Family BANNING BOYFRIEND From Funeral

Posted On : March 19, 2017

Ever since George Michael’s shocking sudden death on December 25, 2016, there has unfortunately been more drama than a lil’ bit going on behind the scenes. As we’ve all heard by now, George’s boyfriend, Fadi Fawaz, found him dead in his London home and eventually called police.

1984: English pop star and one half of the duo 'Wham', George Michael, arriving at Heathrow Airport. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
1984: George Michael (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Almost immediately, authorities pegged Fadi as a person of interest in the investigation into Michael’s passing, but he was officially cleared on March 7, 2017, after the coroner’s statement reported George’s cause of death read: ‘As there is a confirmed natural cause of death, being Dilated Cardiomyopathy with Myocarditis and Fatty Liver.’

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 14: George Michael and Fadi Fawaz are seen on March 14, 2012 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by JJ/ROCHAS/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)
George Michael and boyfriend, Fadi Fawaz (Photo by JJ/ROCHAS/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)

George’s Angered Cousin Details Family Tension With Boyfriend

According to George Michael’s ‘cousin,’ Andros Georgiu, their family never liked Fadi and Andros is NOT buying Fadi’s story. The have also banned Fadi from the upcoming private funeral and wish he would try to show his face there. See what Andros told The Sun below…

George Michael's 'cousin,' Andros Georgiou
George Michael’s ‘cousin,’ Andros Georgiou

Andros said: “Fadi has not been invited to the funeral. He is not welcome, the family hate him. Heaven help him if he turned up. “They know what he is, and everyone basically thinks he’s a gold-digger. He was never going to be invited — and Yog (George) was planning to get rid of him after Christmas anyway. “Fadi was not really his boyfriend. No one has spoken to him and he just seems to be getting on with his life. It makes my stomach turn.” Andros, who spoke to George weeks before his death, also blasted Fadi over the 999 call.

Cousin’s Suspicions About Michael’s Boyfriend:

Via The Sun: In the recording Fadi — who has said he slept in his car outside the singer’s home … on Christmas Eve — is heard saying: “He’s cold and blue.” He also told the operator he had been waiting four hours for George to wake up and had spent a further hour trying to rouse him.

But Andros said: “It didn’t make sense when I read the transcript — and I have listened to the call over and over. Fadi sounded way too calm, when really you’d be hysterical and crying. Also, he said he waited for hours for George to wake up. Really? On Christmas Day you wait for hours?

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Andros Georgiou and George Michael

“Then he said he tried to wake him for an hour. Well, if you find someone like that and they are not waking up you call 999 right away. In my opinion he has wasted hours when he could have saved him — at least four or five hours. If he was lying in bed all that time, he could’ve had a faint pulse and possibly been resuscitated.

“Also, the way he told them, ‘Oh it’s George Michael — you know, the singer’ was just wrong. And the fact he didn’t know the address or his birthday just shows he wasn’t that close to him. This whole thing stinks even more since I’ve read the transcript and heard the call. I want answers.”

“I’m baffled, there’s nothing that makes sense here. Not in a million years do I believe Fadi slept 12 hours in his car in sub-zero temperatures. He’d have got hypothermia. Even if they did have an argument and Fadi went out to his car, he’d have come back in hours ­earlier. He had his own key.”

BARCELONA, SPAIN - JULY 31: George Michael and his boyfriend Fadi Fawaz are seen on July 31, 2012 in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo by Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)
George Michael and his boyfriend Fadi Fawaz (Photo by Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)

Fadi Responds:

Via The Sun: “This week was a relief for me, because at least I’m not doubted. And that’s incredibly important for me because can you imagine how it feels that people would doubt my love for him? It’s horrible.”

But he admitted George’s immediate family and management team have not defended him throughout the period since his death, adding: …Nobody helps me, you know. My relationship was with George. It’s sad, and it’s not right. I haven’t been looked after, but we don’t do that do we. It’s all part of life, and anything can happen, but I’m happy to take the experience.”

As you can see, the tension between George’s boyfriend and his fam’ is so thick, you can cut it with a knife. The only bight spot in this is that George will finally, after 3 months, be laid to rest.