“Prayers Needed: Ozzy Osbourne’s Health Crisis Marks the End of a Rock Legend”

“I can’t keep going,” the 74-year-old rocker Ozzy Osbourne declared. This may be difficult for some of his supporters to hear.

Ozzy Osbourne, often known as ‘The Prince of Darkness,’ has struggled with his health in recent years.

Things have been going south for Black Sabbath’s lead singer since his quad-bike accident in 2003. In 2019, he experienced another serious fall in his bathroom, which messed up the metal screws in his spine.

His wife, Sharon Osbourne, recently discussed his health, stating that he is set to undergo another surgery that will be critical for the rest of his life.

Ozzy himself provided an update on his health, discussing his most recent surgery to repair his fractured neck. He described the last few years as “absolutely hell.”

Ozzy was asked how he was feeling on Piers Morgan Uncensored. “I finally had my last procedure two days ago,” he remarked. I can’t believe I’ve made it this far. The big event is over; I’m finished with the surgery.” “But it’s been five years of absolute hell for me and my family,” he added. The family has been extremely helpful. I couldn’t have done it without their assistance. It’s been a nightmare. “I have Parkinson’s disease, but I don’t think about it.”

Ozzy’s son, Jack, revealed that while many people believe his father’s health issues are the result of Parkinson’s, they actually began after the neck injury in 2019.

On The Osbournes podcast, Ozzy discussed his fourth and final neck surgery, saying, “It’s gonna be the final surgery because I can’t do it anymore.” I’m not doing it anymore, no matter what happens. I can’t.”

Ozzy said earlier this year that he will be ending his tours and retiring. He’s only played twice at live events since his last tour in 2018. We hope Ozzy Osbourne recovers quickly.

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