Ozzy Osbourne “isn’t doing good health,” according to Nikki Sixx. Motley Crue‘s members reveal some details about the Black Sabbath frontman.
He has had a rough few years with his health problems. In 2018, he had a fall at his home, which bounces out some metal rods he had put in, from his ATV accident in 2003. Also, Ozzy was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2019. But he can’t announce that public till January of 2020. Then, he talks about his health status: “I’m getting better, it’s a slow process, but I’m getting there slowly but surely,” he says. “It’s been good actually [quarantining] because I’ve been recovering from the surgery I had last year. I’ve never been at home this long in my whole career.”
Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx answered some question on Twitter:
On this conversation, a fan asked him about Osbourne “Hows Uncle Ozz?”. Nikki Sixx replied:
“Someone said he isn’t doing good health-wise. That makes me sad. We love him.” Check this tweet below.
Someone said he isn’t doing good health wise. That makes me sad. We love him.
— xxıS ıʞʞıN (@NikkiSixx) July 3, 2020
We wait for good news from the Prince of Darkness.
Also, Ozzy Osboune‘s upcoming documentary “The Nine Lives Of Ozzy Osbourne” will premiere on A&E in 2020 summer. Produced by Jack Osbourne, the documentary shows the Black Sabbath frontman’s life and career throughout the years. Watch the sneak peek trailer below.
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