George Michael's Former Manager Says The Singer Was Recording New 'Totally Pop' Music Before His Death
The Internet has been swirling with suspicion over George Michael's sudden death.
In the wake of his Christmas Day passing, the former Wham! frontman's autopsy results were "inconclusive," which led many to ponder if the 53-year-old's death was due to health problems, an overdose, or something else all together.
Now, new revelations from Michael's former manager have made the music icon's death all the more puzzling.
In a new issue of Billboard, Rob Kahane — who managed the pop icon at the height of his fame — opened up about a conversation he had with Michael weeks before his passing.
The Careless Whisper performer had recently finished an 18-month stint in a Swiss rehab facility when his Kahane reached out to him in early December — and the singer seemed to be in a good place.
The former manager recalled: