George Michael's boyfriend, Fadi Fawaz, took to social media to express his anger at being left out of the later singer's will, tweeting, "George I hate you."
After it was revealed that the pop superstar had left nothing in his will to Fadi, the tweets began.
Not long after the first tweet, Fadi repeated claims that George had taken his own life, writing, "How can I get disappointed with someone ended their own life If anyone can do that to themself (sic) they can do worse things to others."
The rant comes on the heels of an email reportedly seen by The Sun in which Fadi claims that George committed suicide, saying that "it took five attempts."
The rant kept going with an enigmatic post: "Your power proved to me you could make a Town not react to loud noise at odd hours. Your power proved to me you could turn friends, family and strangers into liars, cowards and very much inhuman and yet this mega power can't make or keep someone KIND or LOVING."
Fadi added: "And I cannot wait to prove that to you. With all my hate."
It was revealed last week by George's cousin, Andros Georgiou, 55, that his money had been left to his sisters, staff and charities — former beau Kenny Goss was also left out of the will.
Beneficiaries include housekeepers from the singer's North London home and one from Goring, Oxfordshire, the place in which he was found deceased on Christmas Day 2016 at the age of 53.
Andros, a childhood friend of the iconic singer, explained that most of George's multimillion-dollar fortune is going to his sisters — Yioda, 58, and Melanie, 56 — as well as charities.
He added that George's estate is ready to sell off the properties, including one in London's Regent's Park.
"People who worked for George and were loyal to him will be getting small amounts," Andros said.
The "Carless Whisper" crooner's lover Fadi, 45, who received regular money from George and discovered his body, still lives in his $6,500,515 home. He's now contesting being kept out of the will.
Andros added: "Fadi is threatening to go all the way to High Court but I think the estate will have to settle with him. He's been offered $650,050 and I think the estate should pay a couple of million to get rid of him."