Recently there have been some reports online with the National Enquirer claiming Ozzy will be dead by Christmas and Radar Online saying he is “on a crazy train to an early death.”
Naturally, this is a ridiculous statement from the press.
Sharon responded to reporters, saying:
“I’m actually not lost for words a lot, as you all know, but why do people just say this was true? How cold and callous are those headlines? Where’s people’s empathy?”
She further added:
“I’ve been open with everyone and so has Ozzy.”
“He had a terrible, terrible bout of bad luck with his health, one thing after another. And then after his fall that he had, it’s been awful for him. But he’s getting better. He’s recuperating. Why be, like, ‘He’s [on a] crazy train,’… It’s, like, how disrespectful to anyone…”
She added: “And I’d just like to say something: Ozzy ain’t going nowhere.”
Co-host responded, saying:
“You just told me that you went to the studio to hear Ozzy‘s new music that he’s working on. He can’t be that sick if he’s working on new music in the studio.”
Ozzy Osbourne’s health issues have kept the rocker away from live shows for more than a year. Ozzy postponed all his 2019 tour dates, both in North America and Europe. Postponing tours was meant for Ozzy to recover from an injury sustained while dealing with his recent bout of pneumonia. Ozzy fell at his Los Angeles home, aggravating years-old injuries from his 2003 ATV accident that required new surgery.