George Michael's boyfriend Fadi Fawaz has shared a heartbreaking tweet, just days after he denied reports that the pair had split before the singer's death on Christmas Day. Sharing a picture of some artwork on Tuesday, in the caption he tweeted: "You left me in a world where I am only meant to cry."
The tweet came moments after Fadi rubbished claims that suggested his relationship with the late pop star relationship was on the rocks, calling the reports "lies". Making his return to social media after his reported "hacked" tweets, the hairdresser shared a link to a story which claimed George had been trying to end their romance for over a year. He tweeted: "Lies. Time you believed in love."
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George Michael's boyfriend Fadi Fawaz has broken his silence on Twitter
Fadi recently opened up to MailOnline about his romance with George, insisting that they were very "much in love". He explained: "We were very much in love, very much together. Why would I be there if we weren't together? I was there the last day of his life. I was there."
The couple had been in a five-year-relationship before the Wham! singer's death, and Fadi also spoke about being interviewed by the police regarding the tragic loss. "The police have been amazing," he said. "They have been supportive. They have done what normally happens when someone dies. They have not been accusing me, never; they have been very supportive."
The couple had been in a five-year-relationship before the singer's death
Police are currently investigating George's death after the post mortem results proved inconclusive, while further toxicology tests are being done to determine the star's cause of death.
In a statement posted on their site, the police confirmed that the death was not being treating as suspicious, writing: "This is not a Thames Valley Police Major Crime investigation. As part of Thames Valley Police's investigation on behalf of Oxfordshire Coroner into this unexplained but non-suspicious death officers are establishing facts which include taking statements. This is standard practice in cases such as this to allow the coroner to determine the circumstances of the death."