Ever since George Michael passed away suddenly and unexpectedly at the age of only 53, his death has been filled by numerous scandals and speculations. The fact that the coroner’s office dealing with the singer’s autopsy was unable to reach a clear conclusion regarding his cause of death until now only makes the questions multiply and the confusion greater. What exactly happened to Michael on Christmas day?
Now, the legend’s former manager has come forth with another shocking piece of information that we never knew.
Rob Kahane said:
“He was obsessed with saying, ‘I know I’m going to die young.’”
“He’d say, ‘It’s OK. I’ve had a great life.’”
“When he lost Anselmo, I thought he was going to do something bad to himself,” the manager added talking about Michael’s former lover who died because of an AIDS caused brain hemorrhage.
However, even though the singer has been through a lot in the past years, from suffering humiliation in front of his fans to losing his mother who passed away from cancer, the former manager apparently had no idea that such a tragic thing would happened to Michael when he spoke with him prior to Christmas day when he was found dead inside his Oxfordshire home.
“I called him, and he said, ‘I’m good.’ He sounded fine,” said Kahane adding that he’d also heard a few of Michael’s new songs that he was planning to release.
“The songs weren’t depressing,” he claimed. “That’s why I thought everything was OK with him.”
As we have been reporting, Fadi Fawaz, the late singer’s lover has been at the center of the investigation and his statements keep on changing.
According to an insider, “Fadi was a leech from the beginning. George realized this but I think he deliberately ignored it. He was grateful of the company. George relied on Fadi for many things.”