Ozzy Osbourne, the legendary metal musician and television personality, has expressed his condolences over the deeply saddening death of Pete Way, who he performed together for some time, and unveiled a fact about him on Twitter.

As you know, the great bassist of UFO, Pete Way passed away on August 14, 2020, at the age of 69. The grieving news was reacted by many renowned names in the rock and metal music world such as Gary Holt, Jason Bonham, David Ellefson, and the Mötley Crüe family.

The huge legacy of Way was recalled and appreciated by lots of fans, both in and out of the music industry, as he departed from life. Pete Way died one-week after his birthday, following life-threatening injuries he had sustained in an accident two months earlier.

He was survived the accident by his wife, two daughters Zowie and Charlotte, and younger brother Neill. Unfortunately, the wounds he received left him unable to fight against.

As many, Ozzy Osbourne took Twitter to say how devastated he is with the tragic loss. Osbourne commemorated his bassist during the ‘Diary of a Madman‘ tour, Pete Way, and revealed a sad fact that he has not seen him for years. However, Ozzy said that he will always have great memories and such unbelievable stories of what they’d get up to.

Here is what Ozzy Osbourne said in his recent tweet:

Such sad news about Pete Way. Haven’t seen him for years but will always have great memories and such unbelievable stories of what we’d get up to. Rest In Peace. Love & Respect to his Family, Friends and Fans.”

You can see the tweet below.