George Michael's former boyfriend and lover Fadi Fawaz unloaded on the late singer Saturday after reports surfaced that he was left out of the pop star's will.
According to The Sun, Michael "left nothing" in his will to his lover. In addition, Fawaz claimed in another report that Michael committed suicide, as opposed to the natural causes a coroner concluded months after Fawaz found Michael dead on Christmas Day in 2016. Fawaz wrote a series of social media posts -- a mix of tweets, Instagram Stories and Facebook posts -- in which he expressed that he has "hate" for the "Careless Whisper" singer.
"How can I be disappointed with someone ended their own life," he wrote. "If anyone can do that to themself (sic), they can do worse things to others."
"Your power proved to me you could make a Town not react to loud noise at odd hours," Fawaz said in another. "Your power proved to me you could turn friends, family and strangers into liars, cowards and very much inhuman and yet this mega power can't make or keep someone KIND or LOVING. And I cannot wait to prove that to you. With all my hate."
"George I hate you," he bluntly stated on Twitter.
The Sun also reported, via Michael's cousin Andros Georgiou, that the late singer's estate will be going to the late singer's sisters, staff and charities. Kenny Gross, another one of Michael's former boyfriends, was also reportedly left out of the will. Michael was in a relationship with Gross from 1999 to 2009, then began a relationship with Fawaz in 2012.