Ozzy Osbourne has talks about his Parkinson disease to the Los Angeles Times website that it was first diagnosed back in 2003.
Ozzy reveals his battles with Parkinson’s disease for a long time. Before that, just a month later he announces that he had Parkinson’s disease during an appearance on “Good Morning America” television program. Now, Ozzy makes a new interview with the LA Times and he talked about his Parkinson’s diagnosis. Also, adding he’s been dealing with the illness for almost 20 years now. In addition, Osbourne talks about his new album ‘Ordinary Man’ out on February 20th, 2020.
He replies to reporter question with:
“There’s so many different types of Parkinson’s. It’s not a death sentence by any stretch of the imagination, but it does affect certain nerves in your body. It’s like you have a good day, a good day and then a really bad day. I’m not dying from Parkinson’s. I’ve been working with it for most of my life. I’ve cheated death so many times. If tomorrow you read ‘Ozzy Osbourne never woke up this morning,’ you wouldn’t go, ‘Oh, my God!’ You’d go, ‘Well, it finally caught up with him.'”
Then Ozzy Osbourne added:
“It’s been a pretty incredible, interesting career. People have written me off time and time again, but I kept coming back and I’m going to come back from this. When? I don’t know. I don’t want to go back out there until I’m ready.”
Ozzy Osbourne goes to Switzerland in April to see a specialist about his condition. Then he is scheduled to resume the North American leg of the tour this spring. Check out Ozzy and Marily Manson 2020 tour dates here.