In the U.S., tax sheltering or tax avoidance through loopholes is considered an almost-commonplace way of life or doing business for the super-rich and major corporations. It almost never makes front-page news. In the UK – with its National Heath System and more pervasive government programs – the culture considers tax sheltering and tax avoidance a more scandalous accusation, which often does make front-page news.
George Michael was hospitalized last week after collapsing in his North London home, according to various news reports.
On May 28, a note was posted to the singer’s website stating, “He continues to rest and recuperate. He is well and thanks everyone for all the messages of support.”
The singer hopes fans will forgive him for having to cancel his Australian tour as he enters therapy.
The British singer has just gotta have faith that his fans won’t believe what they read.
Who doesn’t like George Michael? Well apparently some security guards, mall cops, and loss prevention specialists.