According to his wife, Sharon Osbourne, Ozzy Osbourne will have to undergo a major operation that “It will really determine the rest of his life.”
Osbourne said on Talk TV that she had traveled to Los Angeles to support her 73-year-old husband. He had suffered from mobility problems in recent years as a form of Parkinson’s disease.
The singer Black Sabbath has been struggling with neck problems for almost two decades after the ATV accident, but the nature of the specific medical procedure he needs remains unclear.
“He had a major operation on Monday and I have to be there,” he told his panel colleagues.
Sharon, who is celebrating her 40th anniversary with Ozzy in July. He admitted that she had to return to Los Angeles to join her husband in the operation. They also have a daughter, Aimee, 38 who recently survived a deadly fire at a recording studio in Hollywood. Aimee fled the building with her producer unscathed.
He revealed a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease in 2020. He said, “I ain’t going to die of Parkinson’s disease. I’ve been working on it most of my life.” Sharon added,” she hoped Johnny Depp and Amber Heard could continue their lawsuit.” In her morning film on ITV, Lorraine Kelly said, “I’m sorry about both of you.
The family also said that Ozzy was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, a neurodegenerative disease that can cause tremors and balance problems such as slowness of movement.