George Michael's cause of death may have been ruled "inconclusive," one of his loved ones believes he knows exactly what led to the singer's untimely passing.
On Tuesday, Andros Georgiou opened up to BBC Two's Victoria Derbyshire about the late legend's drug abuse issues, saying he believes the Wham!
frontman had recently been reintroduced to serious narcotics: Which drugs?
frontman emerged as one of the most successful and admired singer/songwriters of that decade.
But in the years that followed, Michael made news more frequently for his professional struggles and personal scandal, even as he continued to record and tour profitably and inspire younger acts.
Related: George's Partner Deletes His Twitter After Shocking Messages Well, with the singer's family's permission, Jo Maidment is speaking out about how the late 53-year-old changed her life!
In a new interview on ITV's Why is Azealia Banks so obsessed with Rihanna??? The -- as Donald Trump would say -- very unsuccessful rapper went after the monumentally more successful Ri Ri following the latter expressing outrage at Drumpf's dumbass and unconstitutional immigration ban over the weekend.
Related: George Was Recording New 'Totally Pop' Music Before His Death Since the icon's passing, Fadi has exhibited strange behavior like posting a tweet suggesting his boyfriend "wanted" to die.
The creepy message sparked a lot of outrage and confusion.
On Sunday, George's cousin Andros Georgiou took to Facebook to express his distrust of the singer's controversial boyfriend Fadi Fawaz.
As we previously reported, Fawaz was the one who found Michael dead on Christmas morning.
The concerned family member ranted: "[Fadi] was never with Yog [a family nickname for George] 24 hours a day they never lived together he lived in one of Yogs houses in Regents Park.
And even if they were, WHY were they not together on Christmas Eve? Too many questions have come up.", Josh opened up about receiving Fadi's frantic call that day — and says any suspicion surrounding his uncle's involvement is "bullshit." The outlet reports his uncle told the 28-year-old upon finding the The Internet has been swirling with suspicion over George Michael's sudden death.
George Michael, the British singer, musician and founding member of Wham!