The perfect introduction to this stubbornly candid interview with George Michael took place in Venice, Calif. Michael, born Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotu in north London, wore a baseball cap and buried his head in a video monitor while actors dressed as police dragged a struggling man out of the public toilet and into a van. A bodyguard shielded the star with a makeshift curtain. Soon clicking could be heard from a nearby parked car.
George Michael Was A 'Filthy' Gay 'F***er' And We Should Honor Him For That
George Michael Was A 'Filthy' Gay 'F***er' And We Should Honor Him For That | HuffPost
My first tweet instructed those unfamiliar with Michael and the brilliance of what he created to seek out his music. This was my second tweet:. I suggest we all find a public bathroom wherever we are and go and have sex in it with a stranger tonight to properly honor George Michael. While I was being cheeky in a way that I thought he would appreciate in the big Wembley Stadium in the sky , I also meant it. It was my way of paying tribute to how open, outspoken and unapologetic he was about who he was once he came out in , his sexuality and looking for gay sex in what could be referred to as non-traditional locales.
'I never had a problem with being gay': George Michael, LGBT rights champion, remembered
A musical legend, George Michael , has died at the age of His manager told the Hollywood Reporter that he died of heart failure. While police only said that he died peacefully, Michael faced health scares, including a battle with pneumonia in Sadly, a year-old man was confirmed deceased at the scene.
In his later years, George Michael was never one to be shy when it came to speaking out about his sexuality. But it was not until one very public moment that one of the most famous pop stars in the world was outed as gay. In April , George Michael was caught engaging in a sexual act by an undercover police officer in a public toilet in Beverly Hills. I lost my partner to HIV then it took about three years to grieve; then after that I lost my mother.