Ozzy Osbourne is “outraged” by the United States – he doesn’t want to die there

Ozzy Osbourne bid farewell to the United States. It should soon be traced back to Great Britain and thus its origins for the ancestors of heavy metal. Osbourne told the Observer that he was “Annoyed” From the high number of mass shootings in the United States. He then reveals that he does not want to die in the United States and wants to join the celebrities buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Los Angeles. Ozzy and his wife and manager Sharon, who celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary in July 2022, now plan to spend most of their future time at the Buckinghamshire estate.

it’s time to come home

When asked by the Observer why the couple decided to return to their old home after so long, Sharon primarily insisted that it had nothing to do with her husband’s health. “I knew people would accept it”he said. “But that has nothing to do with it. It’s time now. America has changed so fast. It’s not the United States anymore. Nothing is the same anymore. It’s a very strange place to live right now.” “

Ozzy added: “Everything out there is bloody ridiculous. I’m sick of people being killed every day. God knows how many people get killed in school shootings. And then there was the mass shooting at that concert in Vegas… It’s totally crazy (…) I don’t want to die there. I’m English. (…) It’s time for me to come home.”

Ozzy Osbourne, who announced two and a half years ago that he had Parkinson’s disease, has reportedly applied for permission to a ‘rehabilitation’ wing at his historic listed home in Buckinghamshire. According to Daily Mail “Plenty of space to stay and sit”, “Discrete Grab Handles and Aids” And “Soft, non-slip surfaces” As well as an additional living area for the nursing staff.


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