In a year ago, George Michael was one of the most popular musicians of all time, but things have changed since he took his own life. We look at his battle with drugs and the police, and his relationships with his wife Holly and daughter Zasa. We also look at his suicide.
George Michael’s battle with drugs and the police
After George Michael’s death, rumors arose that the star’s death was the result of a drugs overdose. While the post-mortem proved inconclusive, police have continued to investigate the singer’s death. They have begun questioning people who knew the singer in the weeks before he died. A retired senior police source said that drugs could have been a factor in the singer’s death. Police are waiting to find out the results of the toxicology tests to determine whether drugs were the cause of death.
The singer’s battle with drugs was nothing new. He had several run-ins with police over his drug use. Police had previously cautioned him for possession of Class A and Class C drugs. He was also arrested in London on suspicion of possessing crack cocaine. The arrest was reported in The Sun newspaper. The police found the singer driving a dark-coloured Range Rover that was parked on one of the busiest intersections in central London. He was placed under police custody and was then examined by a doctor.
After a stint in prison, George Michael was released from jail and plead guilty to drug offenses. However, his drug use became more of a distraction than his music. While the singer had carved out a name for himself with his music, he lost that fame in the wake of his drug use. The media focused on the singer’s drug use instead of his music. The singer’s drug use caused his weight to balloon.
The pop star had several brushes with the law over his drug use. He was arrested in July after a car accident in north London. Police claimed that he had marijuana in his car and a DUI. Despite the arrest, the singer was released on bail and will appear in court on August 24.
George Michael’s relationship with Holly
George Michael and Holly were rumored to be dating for a year before his death on Christmas Day, 2016. However, the relationship ended quickly after a month, and Michael let it go without even telling her. The singer was hospitalized after suffering chest pains and pneumonia. He even underwent a tracheotomy while he was unconscious. When he awoke, he claimed to have a “foreign accent syndrome.” A year later, Michael died in a car crash, and was found dead by his partner, Fadi Fawaz. He was 53 years old at the time of his death, and had been experiencing a series of tragedies in the months and years prior to his death.
George Michael’s first album was Faith, released in 1987. Despite its controversial lyrics, the album was a commercial success. The lead single, ‘Shoot The Dog,’ became a number one hit in the UK. The album also included many songs from his Wham! era, as well as three original songs. A duet with Mutya Buena was included on the album, and the album was followed by a fifty-date arena tour.
The split was a shocking turn for the singer. The two had been dating for a year and were frequently photographed together. While the singer denied that the two were romantically involved, they continued to hang out in public. The pair were even photographed together in private and at parties. In 1988, they toured together. Since then, Jeung has become a well-known make-up artist, with clients like Vogue and Kylie Minogue.
Holly was a close friend of Michael and Fadi. The two had met in high school and had been dating for a year. George Michael’s relationship with Holly was a year ago Michael let it go before revealing his sexuality to his fans. While his relationship with Holly ended in a breakup, the singer is still trying to get back together.
George Michael’s relationship with Zasa
George Michael’s relationship with Zasa started a year ago, and their relationship was not as public as it may have been. While Michael never shied away from speaking about his sexuality, there is a time and a place for being shy. In the case of the Beverly Hills incident, Michael was caught in the act by an undercover police officer. The singer was fined PS500 and ordered to do 80 hours of community service. However, his real punishment came from the public’s reaction to his indiscretion.
While George Michael’s relationship with Zasa is still a year young, it is still one of the most popular rumors on the Internet. They were rumored to be dating until one of them died of an AIDS-related illness. Then in 1997, another couple was rumored to be dating but both ended up dead.
George Michael’s suicide
Fadi Fawaz, the boyfriend who found George Michael dead on Christmas Day 2016, recently made some explosive claims about the singer. He claims that George tried to commit suicide at least 25 times while in rehab. Fadi also said that George was never happy. This is the first time he has publicly spoken about his past.
The death certificate of George Michael does not mention his suicide, but it does mention other factors that may have contributed to his death. His heart disease, heavy alcohol use, and fatty liver are all listed as possible causes. Despite these factors, the cause of death was listed as natural.
His addiction to drugs was also a factor. He was known for taking drugs such as “date rape” drug GHB. His addiction fueled his weight gain. He was also known to use illegal substances including crack cocaine. Although it is unclear why George Michael committed suicide, the singer’s boyfriend revealed that the musician died alone in his home after struggling with his drug problems.
George Michael met Anselmo Feleppa when he was 27 years old. Soon after the two met, George Michael found out that his boyfriend was terminally ill. He passed away on December 25, 2016 in his home. According to the coroner’s report, Michael died from dilated cardiomyopathy and fatty liver.
George Michael’s career
George Michael’s career has been cut short by his death one year ago. Born in 1963, the part-Greek-Cypriot and part-English singer dreamed of stardom. After releasing his second solo album, Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1 in 1990, he found mainstream success in the UK and US. He won his second Best British Male Brit Award for the album. The album’s second disc contained two new songs and four remixes and an interactive element. It also reached number one in Norway.
The album “White Light” was Michael Jackson’s last chart-topping single, and he subsequently had a serious health scare. While his lyrics were never meant to be literal, his art folded true desires into fabric. His lyrics, as in his “White Light” video, were never intended to be taken literally.
George Michael made his debut in 1982 as part of the boyband Wham!, which had multiple number-one singles. After the band broke up, he went solo and released several more hits. In 1998, he announced that he was gay. Then, after an arrest for lewd conduct in a public bathroom, he continued touring. Faith was a commercial and critical success, and it helped cement Michael’s place as a global pop star.
While George Michael was able to stay relevant as a solo artist, the music industry remains a tough place to be in. He was one of the few pop stars to play the new Wembley Stadium. He had performed at the old Wembley Stadium during the 1985 Wham concert and at the finals of X Factor UK.
He sold tens of millions of albums and was one of the most beloved artists of the 2000s. Whether you were a Wham! member or a solo superstar, George Michael made music that was unique and heartfelt. He was never far from a love song.