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Ozzy Osbourne Refutes Death Rumors

Ozzy Osbourne Addresses Death Rumors and Affirms He’s Alive and Kicking Heavy metal icon Ozzy Osbourne, often hailed as a founding father of the genre, has quashed rumors of his demise, asserting that he is very much alive and not planning on going anywhere.

The 75-year-old, known for his time with Black Sabbath, revealed on The Osbournes podcast that he has been subjected to death hoaxes, particularly on YouTube, where a video falsely claimed he had passed away. Osbourne, diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2020 and dealing with health issues from a 2019 spine injury, made it clear that these rumors are unfounded.

In his characteristic humor, Osbourne addressed the situation, stating, “The thing on YouTube, it’s got ‘Celebrities Who Died Today,’ and there’s a picture of me.” He firmly denied the rumors, expressing his determination to continue performing. “I’m not dead, I’m not going any-fucking-where. And I’m going to go and do some more gigs before I’m finished, anyway.”

Osbourne’s son, Jack, also condemned the false reports, acknowledging that the family is aware of them and commending fans who debunk such misinformation. Osbourne, known for his resilience, even added a touch of Monty Python humor, quipping, “I’m not dead! I’m not really dead, just a little flesh wound.”

While Ozzy had to cancel his planned UK and Europe tour in February due to physical weakness after back surgeries, he now sees a potential return to the stage for some one-off shows as his recovery progresses. You can catch Osbourne discussing his potential comeback on The Osbournes’ New Year’s Special.

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