George Michael’s boyfriend Fadi Fawaz deletes his Twitter

The boyfriend of late star George Michael has deleted his Twitter account.

It is not yet known why Fadi Fawaz, who found the Wham! performer dead on Christmas Day 2016, has left the social media platform.

In September, Fawaz called the singer a “f***ed up icon” in a rant in a now-deleted post on Instagram.

“My morning thought is whatever I get from that f***ed up icon, I will find the most f***ed up, drugged up person in the street and I will give that dirty money to that most f***ed up, drugged person,” he wrote.

He added: “I wanna sit back and watch how that dirty money is going to be spent. I can not f***ing wait.”

Fawaz and Michael had been together since 2011 until Michael’s death in December 2016.

BERLIN - FEBRUARY 16: Singer George Michael poses at the "George Michael: A Different Story" Photocall during the 55th annual Berlinale International Film Festival on February 16, 2005 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

George Michael in 2005 (Getty)

In July, it was reported that Fawaz was left nothing in the late pop star’s will, according to the star’s cousin.

Earlier this year, he removed himself from Twitter after offering to reveal “everything” about Michael.

He posted the tweets a week after admitting he was selling a car the singer bought him because the emotion was still too much.

In a string of 12 tweets, Fawaz wrote: “Dear George another time that I have to humiliate me and yourself in order to get my right that I have been waiting for.

“I sick and tired asking my rights from lawyers. So here we go again, back to square 0.

British singer George Michael

George Michael died in 2016 (Getty)

“No money, effort, anything s*** coz I’m being kind towards you”.

He urged the media to get in touch about his story, writing: “Please get in touch now I’m ready to tell everything I know.”

He added: “I’m not sorry, I don’t care any more.”

Fawaz also criticised people for having “negative opinions” of him since Michael’s death.

Referring to the Wham! star’s death, Fawaz wrote on Twitter: “I understand George is your idol but I would like you to understand too George was my partner and I saw him as a person,” he wrote.

He added: “please keep your negative opinion about me to yourself and remain a decent person. Thank you”.