The legendary Black Sabbath star and also known as The Prince of Darkness, Ozzy Osbourne, was recently interviewed by Radio.com and talked about the ongoing rumors on his Parkinson’s Disease.
Ozzy stated that he knew that critical disease since 2003 and it’s not a death sentence at all. Also, he claimed that he could stay coldblooded when the first time he learned the diagnosis.
Let’s read what he said:
“Everybody thinks when I had this fall last year: ‘He found out he had Parkinson’s.’ I’ve known about Parkinson’s since 2003. It’s not a death sentence. When I got diagnosed, I went, ‘Okay.’
The one that I have is called P2. It’s a mild form of Parkinson’s at the moment. I’m not shaking. The doctor told me that I probably walk by 10 people a day that has got it that don’t even know they’ve got it.”
Ozzy also talked about the recent news about canceling his upcoming tours.
Here are his statements:
“The way I look at it, and I’ve spoken to [wife and manager] Sharon about this, I cannot go on the road until I’m 100 percent confident that I can pull it off. ‘Cause if I go out now and I can’t carry on, people are gonna think that I’ve lost the plot.
So I’m not gonna go out there until I can give them the show that I wanna give them, ’cause it’s not fair to them.”
You can watch the whole interview below:
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