Popular pop singer, George Michael died on Sunday alone at home according to his current boyfriend, Fadi Fawaz who also revealed that the famous singer had a secret heroin addiction. It was also reported that the singer had been secretly treated for a heroin overdose at a London hospital
Born Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou, on June 25, 1963 in East Finchley, London, England, he was publicly known as George Michael.
Renowned for his boyish charm in the 1980’s he had rose to fame after forming WHAM a group he created together with a high school friend. The British due enjoy much success which eventually saw them skyrocketing to fame throughout Europe and the United States.
His best work was done in the 1980s through 1990s with the release of several hit singles that were on heavy rotation around the world. During his singing career Panayiotou (George Michael) had sold over 100 million records worldwide.
George Michael was a 1980s heartthrob, his suave handsome profile and angelic voice made him a magnate for many females lining up at the record stores to purchase his songs. But, the artist revealed to close friends at age 19 that he was bi-sexual, however he was told by friends and family members to keep his sexuality a secret.
In recent years the singer was reported to have been battling a sever heroin addiction that was spiraling out of control. Sources close to the entertainer also revealed that had been rushed to the hospital on several occasions where he received treatment for the use of excessive drug.