– I can’t believe it’s coming to an end. Ozzy Osbourne, 74, said on Piers Morgen’s Uncensored programme: ‘It’s been five years of absolute hell for me and my family. BBC.
Osbourne’s fall, which occurred in 2019, is said to have aggravated an injury he suffered in an ATV accident in 2003. The 2003 injury is said to have affected his ability to walk, the BBC wrote.
Despite this, the rock star now says he does not want to undergo further surgery for his injuries.
– Not on the last verse
– It will be the last operation, because I will not be able to do it anymore. The day after tomorrow it will end no matter how the operation ends. “I won’t do it again, I can’t stand it,” he said on Saturday’s episode of “The Osbournes Podcast.”
He explained that although his health condition has improved somewhat, he still has difficulty moving.
-I feel like my feet are tied to bricks. For the first time in a long time, I went upstairs and downstairs again today. It’s like I have diving boots on my feet.
The “Black Sabbath” singer said he wanted to go for a walk around the block, but was worried about being photographed in an inappropriate position.
– When they take a picture of me it’s like: “Ozzy sings his last verse.” But I’m far from doing that.
Several health problems
According to the BBC, Osbourne was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2003, but did not make it public until 2020. The 74-year-old was also hospitalized in February 2019 after complications from the flu.
according to The Great Norwegian Encyclopedia Parkinson’s disease causes a decreased ability to make voluntary movements, muscle stiffness, and tremors. These symptoms are primarily due to a decrease in the amount of dopamine in the so-called basal ganglia in the brain.
In this disease, brain cells are also lost, which in most cases has no known cause.
In February, it became known that the 74-year-old singer would retire from touring, as he said a month later that he hoped to return to the stage at a later date.
Rockestjerna was part of the artist program for October’s “Power Trip” festival in California. But he resigned in July.
-I have to listen to my body, and it says I’m still not quite ready yet. “I’m very proud to be doing my first show in five years, and doing it halfway through,” he said afterward.
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