In the video above, you can check out “Fantasy,” the posthumous George Michael song that dropped today.
It features the late pop star singing alongside what sound like a choir of bipolar chipmunks, which might be the “Fantasy” part.
Because he’s an opinionated man who doesn’t care what you think, Boy George didn’t hesitate to share some harsh words about the single on Twitter.
“I have my own thoughts about it,” he told one follower.
“However. It’s good for George to be celebrated. Would he have been happy? Knowing how studious he was?”
I have my own thoughts about it. However. It's good for George to be celebrated. Would he have been happy? Knowing how studious he was? https://t.co/0ov77V3kZw
— Boy George (@BoyGeorge) September 7, 2017
Boy George and George Michael had some bad blood in the 80s. Earlier this year, the “I’ll Tumble 4 Ya” singer told Piers Morgan:
“We had our squabbles. He was my rival. He was called George. He made soul music so everything he did it was like we were kind of battling all the time.”
h/t: Gay Star News