I don’t see how the Singapore incident for Seb’s fault. It was just sheer bad luck that Kimi’s car collided with Max’s, spun around and hit Seb, who was ahead of both of them.
As for who is the better driver, the only way we will ever know that for sure is if Seb & Lewis were in the same team. All we can say with certainty is that give either of them the best car on the grid, and they will deliver the title.
And as for Lewis and his off track activities, I hardly think we should judge him for that. Not every successful person needs to be a role model both on and off his field of activity. So he likes to party, socialise, be seen and photographed. As long as we don’t see him boozing or smoking or caught with hookers etc, there is nothing wrong in what he is doing.