Legendary rocker Ozzy Osbourne took to social media via Instagram to beg for help, asking his legions of followers to help save the West Hollywood Lions Club Log Cabin from demolition. The West Hollywood Lions Club Log Cabin, a home to twelve-step meetings for thousands upon thousands of recovering alcoholics and addicts, is scheduled for demolishment after the City of Beverly Hills gave notice to the Lions Club to demolish the Log Cabin, located at 621 N Robertson Blvd, and vacate the land by March 31, 2020. Ozzy Osbourne bandmate confirms ‘terminal disease’ in photo.
Osbourne addressed the situation in a very blunt manner: “Help save the Cabin!”, showing his followers a petition on where they can sign if they are so interested. You can view the post below.
In other Ozzy Osbourne news, Osbourne’s wife the incomparable Sharon Osbourne recently shared her reaction to her husband’s latest collaborative track ‘Ordinary Man’ with music icon Sir Elton John on her hugely successful panel show – The Talk, recently – mentioning that the song itself moved her to tears. Ozzy Osbourne makes stunning AIDS revelation.
“It’s the story of Ozzy’s life. I’m just so happy for Ozzy that it’s been so well received. I can’t listen to it all the way through, it makes me cry. Sharon later discussed what Elton thought of the collaborative effort adding: “He loved it. Ozzy asked if he would play piano… and Elton said yes. And then he went into the studio and he started to sing, Elton did, and we just kept it.“
The fans widely agree as they can’t get enough of the newly released single. Over on YouTube Dee Anna wrote: “I’m 47 years old. Ozzy has been a Rock God my entire life. if this really is his final album….thank you for being you right til the end–good, bad, stupid, honest and noble.”
While Joan Brantley put: “This reminded me that Elton is retiring and may not be around forever just like Ozzy but they will both live on forever no matter what, in our hearts and in our radios!” Ozzy Osbourne’s son just reacted to a sad ‘death bed’ photo.