Ozzy Osbourne might follow his wife’s exit from the US due to a worrying reason.
The US eventually lost the two great Osbournes after Sharon announced her intention to focus on the UK following her departure from “The Talk.” This time, Sharon’s husband, Ozzy, revealed his family’s plans to leave the US because of the non-stop mass shootings in the country.
In a recent interview with The Observer, the former Black Sabbath frontman stated that everything in the United States has become “ridiculous,” and he also expressed how fed up he is with people being killed every day.
According to Billboard, he stated:
“God knows how many people have been shot in school shootings. And there was that mass shooting in Vegas at that concert… It’s f-ing crazy.”
Osbourne made reference to the heartbreaking Route 91 Harvest shooting in 2017. At the time, 60 people died and over 500 were injured.
Despite having a successful music career in the United States, Osbourne has stated that he is afraid of dying in America and being buried in Forest Lawn.
He intends to return to the UK because it is time for him to return home.
Osbourne’s remark echoed what his wife said during the interview, namely that the United States has changed dramatically in recent years and is no longer the United States at all.
Despite this, he stated that he has not yet announced his retirement. He told his fans that he would return because they had yet to witness his demise.
Although his fans speculated that his health was the primary reason he wanted to leave the US, Osbourne stated that his decision was solely based on the country’s current state.
In another interview, he discussed his health issues and the agony he endured as a result of Parkinson’s disease.
According to the Parkinson’s Foundation, over 10 million people worldwide suffer from the disease. It is a neurodegenerative disorder that affects dopaminergic neurons in the substantia nigra of the brain. Its symptoms, too, develop continuously over time – albeit slowly.
According to Osbourne, the disease caused him to suffer from depression, nerve pain, and blood clots. He also revealed that during his life-changing surgery in June, two metal plates in his spine were removed.
Fortunately, he recovered stronger after the procedure.