George Michael’s ex Fadi Fawaz says ‘I love smoking crystal meth’ in video rant

George Michael 's ex-boyfriend Fadi Fawaz launched into a rant on Instagram this week, telling his 15,000 followers that he loved "smoking crystal meth".

The 47-year-old firstly began by using the slang term for the class-A substance, saying "I live smoking Tina".

He then started reeling off an abundance of expletives, as he later told viewers to mind their "f***ing business".

Fadi, who is said to be living in cheap hotel accommodation after he was turfed out of the home he shared with George, then expressed his determination to do what he wanted with his own life.

His rant began: "I love smoking Tina," a reference to "Christina," which is a term associated with the drug.

George's ex continued: "It is my life and I will do whatever I want to in my life and if you don't like it f*** off."

To ensure he was heard loud and clear, he angrily repeated himself for a second time, this time making sure everyone knew exactly what he was talking about.

He went on: "I do love smoking crystal meth and it’s none of your f***ing business."

The bizarre Instagram clip comes after Fadi was accused of causing £800 in damages at Le Fix Natural Beauty, Fitzrovia in London.

It was alleged after he shattered a window in the business' premises just before Christmas.

In connection with the incident, Fadi is now due to appear at Westminster Magistrates court next week on January 26.

Back in 2016, Fadi had been the person responsible for discovering George, who was 53 at the time, dead on Christmas Day.

At the time of Michael's death, Fadi claimed it was suicide, but an inquest later heard that the singer had instead died of natural causes and had dilated cardiomyopathy with myocarditis and fatty liver.

After the hitmaker, whose real name was Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou, had been laid to rest, it became apparent the hairdresser had been left out of the singer's £97million will.

It was reported that Michael left his fortune and estate – including the house in Oxfordshire where he died – to his two sisters Melanie and Yioda, leaving Fadi no choice but to exit the property.

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