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Legendary Rock Star Announces Bad News

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Ozzy Osbourne, diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease 20 years ago, is staying positive despite health issues.

He expressed frustration with media reports about his health, emphasizing that he does not dwell on his illness.

Osbourne recently underwent spine surgery, which has affected his balance and mobility. (Trending: Chilling Surveillance Program Under Biden Exposed)

He hopes to perform again but only if he can deliver a good show, expressing gratitude to his loyal fans and a desire to say goodbye on stage.

Reflecting on the deaths of fellow musicians, he expressed surprise at being the “last man standing.”

“I said to Sharon that I’d smoked a joint recently and she said, ‘What are you doing that for! It’ll f—ing kill you!’” he said.

“I said, ‘How long do you want me to f—ing live for?!’ At best, I’ve got 10 years left and when you’re older, time picks up speed.”

“It’s really knocked me about,” he said of one incident.

“The second surgery went drastically wrong and virtually left me crippled. I thought I’d be up and running after the second and third, but with the last one they put a f—ing rod in my spine. They found a tumour in one of the vertebrae, so they had to dig all that out too. It’s pretty rough, man, and my balance is all f—ed up.”

“I’m taking it one day at a time, and if I can perform again, I will,” he added.

“But it’s been like saying farewell to the best relationship of my life. At the start of my illness, when I stopped touring, I was really pissed off with myself, the doctors, and the world. But as time has gone on, I’ve just gone, ‘Well, maybe I’ve just got to accept that fact.'”

“I’m not going to get up there and do a half-hearted Ozzy looking for sympathy. What’s the f—ing point in that? I’m not going up there in a f—— wheelchair.”

“I’ve seen Phil Collins perform recently, and he’s got virtually the same problems as me. He gets up there in a wheelchair! But I couldn’t do that.”

“If I can’t continue doing shows on a regular basis, I just want to be well enough to do one show where I can say, ‘Hi guys, thanks so much for my life.’ That’s what I’m working towards, and if I drop down dead at the end of it, I’ll die a happy man.”

“I’ve been doing a lot of reflection while I’ve been laid up, and all my drinking partners, I’ve realised they’re all f—— dead!” he said.

“The graveyard’s full of them! You’re dead and you’re dead and you’re dead.”

“I should have been dead way before loads of them. Why am I the last man standing? I don’t understand any of it. Sometimes I look in the mirror and go, ‘Why the f— did you make it?!’ I’m not boasting about any of it because I should have been dead a thousand times.”

Despite his challenges, he remains determined and grateful for his life.

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