“I can’t walk properly these days”

Ozzy Osbourne has revealed he is “unable to walk normally these days” and that he is awaiting neck surgery.

Talking to Classic rock music for their 300th issue, the Black Sabbath legend revealed that he is still dealing with some lasting damage from a quad bike accident he had in 2003.

“I’m just waiting for another surgery on my neck,” he said. “I cannot walk normally these days. I have physical therapy every morning. I’ve gotten a little better, but nowhere near as much as I’d like to be back on the road. ”

When asked if he often thinks about mortality, Ozzy said: “At 73, I’ve done pretty well. I have no plans to go anywhere, but my time will come. ”

Last month, Ozzy’s wife Sharon shared that she was flying from the UK to the US after finding out that the singer had tested positive for coronavirus.

“I’m so worried about Ozzy right now,” Sharon said in an emotional interview with Talking on TV. “We’ve been two years and he hasn’t caught COVID, and it’s just Ozzy’s luck he will get it now.”

She continued: “It’s going to take me a week to get my old man back on his feet again, and I’ll be back. [on The Talk] in a week… We’ll have him test negative next week. ”

Ozzy Osbourne
Ozzy Osbourne. CREDIT: Axelle / Bauer-Griffin / FilmMagic

Ozzy’s son Jack later updated fans on his father’s condition, revealing that “he’s doing well”.

“I spoke to him shortly before arriving,” Jack said on Tom Newton Dunn’s News Counter. “He just said hello. I was going to save the colorful language, but he said it sucks. ”

Back in 2020, when cases were on the rise, the head of the Black Sabbath said that catching the coronavirus would be very risky for him due to his weak respiratory health. I said GQ at the time: “I have emphysema, so if I get this virus, I’m damned.”

In February 2021, the icon shared that he received his COVID vaccine. Describing her experience of being stabbed, Ozzy joked: “It was like being stabbed. No, my arm was a little sore yesterday but I’m glad it’s gone, you know. ”

Osbourne has been recovering from an accident and several bouts of illness over the past few years, and in January 2020 he confirmed a “challenging” diagnosis with Parkinson’s disease.

Elsewhere in his interview with Classic rock musicOzzy said one of his goals at the age of 70 is to get himself a Number One solo album.

He also revealed that he will be returning to England this year. “I’ve had enough of a life out here [America] now,” he explained. “My intention is to never stay here.”

Meanwhile, Ozzy’s daughter Aimée Osbourne escaped a deadly fire on Thursday (May 19) that claimed one person’s life at a Hollywood studio complex.

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Emma James

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