Ozzy Osbourne Says He Can’t Take It Anymore And Will Undergo “Final Surgery”
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In a new episode of The Osbournes Podcast, Ozzy Osbourne shared a health update as he prepares for his “final surgery.”
The second episode of the podcast started with Ozzy saying:
“Tomorrow I have my final surgery on my neck. Which is gonna be the final surgery, because I can’t do it anymore. Regardless of the way it ends up after tomorrow, I’m not going to do it anymore. I can’t.”
Ozzy needed to undergo neck surgery in 2019 when he had a fall at his home in Los Angeles that dislodged the metal rods and bolts in his back and collarbone and aggravated his years-old injuries from his ATV crash in 2003 during the taping of the hit reality MTV show The Osbournes. When his son Jack asked him how is feeling about the coming surgery, Ozzy admitted:
“It’s all right. It’s just like going over for a fucking haircut now.”
During his past surgical operation, it was discovered that Osbourne has Parkinson’s Disease. The rocker previously described 2019 as the “Worst, longest, most painful miserable year of my life.” He continued:
“But I have improved somewhat, I think. My feet feel like I’ve got bricks tied to them when I’m walking. I walked upstairs today and downstairs for the first time in a while, and my feet feel like I’ve got diving boots on when I’m walking.
“Then I was thinking, maybe I just need to get up off my ass and walk around the block a few times.”
In the first episode of the podcast, Ozzy and his wife Sharon revealed that he would undergo a fourth operation as well as get an epidural injection. The past incident led to the rocker’s retirement from touring. He was forced to pull out of the Power Trip festival set for October this year.
Watch the episode below.