Ozzy Osbourne Bends Over In Creepy Photo


Ozzy Osbourne is still recovering from his health issues (he made a horrible nurse claim yesterday), but as he gets better, he continues to make funny posts on social media, including a creepy photo of him bending over. The caption says, “Monday creepin’ up on you like…”

Ozzy recently discussed being in the hospital with The Sun, “I knew it was something serious and thought, ‘What the f*** have they done to me?’ I was on painkillers and messed up. It has been the worst experience of my life.

“I was in absolute shock. I was convinced that Sharon knew something I didn’t. I thought I was dying. I have never felt so bad in my life. It was f***ing agony.”

Ozzy played the reporter “Ordinary Man” from his new album, his first in a decade, and said, “If it wasn’t for making this record I would still be on traction, thinking, ‘I’m going to be lying here for ever’. I’ve missed music so badly. My fans are so loyal and so good. Up until making the album I thought I was dying. But that got me off my a**e.”

But making studio album No 12 has reminded Ozzy he is not getting any younger. Ozzy Osbourne recently made a brutal Elton John revelation.

He said, “This is my first recording in a studio for ten years, so I do feel a bit out of touch.”

Ozzy recently recorded with Post Malone, and he has been criticized for it by his fans on Reddit. Ozzy made a painful Slash claim earlier this week.

eberkain posted, “You are completely ignoring the song he did with Busta Rhymes 20 years ago? I think its great to see him do something different, let the man do what he wants to do and stop judging other people.

EatButtDrinkNutt responded, “Yeah, and it was never done again. Because it sounded like shit and no one liked it. Sorry, but I’m entitled to my own opinion. As everyone else. Just sad to see him stoop so low. Desperate to be relevant and for extra money. Hoping it doesn’t take off. Ozzy just needs to stop. He’s been hospitalized for tripping over a damn shoe.

No need to sell himself short before he passes on. He was best at what he has been doing since the beginning of sabbath. It’s just beating a dead horse at this point.” You can read the full interview at The Sun.