George Michael Released Latest Wham Graffiti Photo

Wham! George Michaels Car Hits Snappy Snaps

Ok, this is completely silly and it’s not really art. I was walking by where George Michael crashed his car in Hampstead today and snapped this on my iPhone.It is one of the better pieces of Graffiti I’ve seen in a long time. Note someone has scrawled ‘Wham’ on the point of impact. The crash happened At 3.35 am on July 4 George, 47, lost control of his Range Rover and smashed it into a Snappy Snaps photo shop near his home. The crash buckled a door frame and shattered windows of the photoshop in the up-market high street.

After yet another brush with the law, George Michael’s luck avoiding jail has finally run out. the singer was sentenced to 8 weeks in jail 4 of which must be served and a driving ban of 5 years. Guess he will finally need to hire a full-time chauffeur when he gets out of jail. Food for thought, considering his driving record and penchant for weed, why didn’t he hire a driver years ago? Updated, George was released on 12 October he is keeping a low profile and his whereabouts is presently unknown.

Epilogue Courtesy Wikipedia

George Michael (born Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou; 25 June 1963 – 25 December 2016) was an English singer and songwriter. Known as a leading creative force in music production, songwriting, vocal performance and visual presentation he is regarded as one of the most significant cultural figures of the MTV generation.

Born in East Finchley, North London, Michael rose to fame as a member of the music duo Wham! and later embarked on a solo career. Forming the duo Wham! with Andrew Ridgeley in 1981, the band’s first two albums, Fantastic (1983) and Make It Big (1984), reached number one on the UK Albums Chart and the US Billboard 200. Their hit singles included “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go” and “Last Christmas”. Establishing themselves as a global act, Wham! toured China in April 1985; the tour was the first visit to China by a Western popular music act, and it generated worldwide media coverage.

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