Ozzy Osbourne is “fed up” with America.
The 73-year-old Black Sabbath rocker informed The Guardian that he’s prepared to maneuver again to England, citing gun violence and mass shootings within the U.S. as a consider his determination to depart.
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“All the things’s f—ing ridiculous there. I’m fed up with individuals getting killed daily. God is aware of how many individuals have been shot at school shootings. And there was that mass capturing in Vegas at that live performance… It’s f—ing loopy,” Osbourne informed the outlet within the interview, revealed Sunday.
Osbourne and his spouse Sharon have spent greater than twenty years in the US, however have now listed their US$18-million Los Angeles residence. Osbourne mentioned they plan to be again within the U.Okay. by February of subsequent yr.
“I don’t need to die in America… I’m English. I need to be again,” he shared about his future homecoming.
Sharon, who was born in London, shares her husband’s emotions. “America has modified so drastically. It isn’t the US of America in any respect. Nothing’s united about it. It’s a very bizarre place to reside proper now,” she mentioned to the outlet.
Osbourne has been coping with a number of well being struggles in recent times. In 2020 he revealed he had been identified with Parkinson’s illness, he’s had two staph infections and in June of this yr he underwent main surgical procedure to take away steel plates in his neck.
Earlier this month, Osbourne made his first journey to the U.Okay. in practically a decade. He returned to his hometown of Birmingham to carry out his hit music Paranoid on the Commonwealth Video games closing ceremony alongside Black Sabbath bandmate Tony Iommi.
Osbourne informed The Guardian that the efficiency gave him “a little bit of hope” a few future with music, after experiencing excruciating nerve ache stemming from a 2019 neck surgical procedure he underwent after falling down some stairs.
“It acquired so dangerous that at one level I believed: ‘Oh God, please don’t let me get up tomorrow morning.’ As a result of it was f—ing agony,” he mentioned.
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