Former Wham Singer George Michael Dies of Heart Failure
Former Wham Singer, who was highly popular in the 80s and 90s, George Michael at the age of 53 because of heart failure.
It has been reported that Michael had a peaceful death at his home in Goring, England.
Initially, the local police just issued a statement saying that the popular singer and former Wham member died because of some “unexplained but not suspicious” reasons.
However, the family members later made it clear that he died because heart failure and remaining things will be disclosed once the “post-mortem” completes.
Cindi Berger, Michael’s publicist, was the first person who disclosed about his death and also cleared that he wasn’t ill, however, she herself didn’t know at that time the actual cause of his death.
Michael’s family urges that people and authorities should respect their privacy in this difficult time.
George Michael became highly popular in the 80s and 90s and was also an early idol for all MTV generation.
He delivered a series of hit songs, like “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go,” “Young Guns (Go For It)” and “Freedom”, which boosted his popularity.
In initially days, when he had already become famous, founded the band WHAM, with his one school friend Andrew Ridgeley in 1980.
However, his life was full of controversies and risks. Most famously, he was arrested in Los Angeles in the year 1988 for public lewdness.
Not only this much, he was also accused of several times related to “drug offenses”.
But apart from every odd, he at the end managed to attract his fans with his amazing skills.