Ozzy Osbourne Wife Makes Brutal Paul McCartney Claim

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Legendary Black Sabbath frontman Ozzy Osbourne‘s wife Sharon Osbourne named The Beatles icon Paul McCartney as one of the oldest guys still touring in a new interview, but said he won’t retire. Sharon Osbourne made a stunning claim about Keith Richards and The Rolling Stones’ awful ticket prices yesterday.

She told Celebrity Access, “I never think about the future. I live in today. I live today. That’s the way that I have always done it. I just live every day. I never think that I am going to save this for the future. That I will do this or that when I get older. I do it now. That way, you know what? No regrets. And I have had a brilliant fucking life. A brilliant life, and a brilliant family. I don’t want to go anywhere because I love my family. I can’t complain about a thing.”

She also said, “But look at Charlie Watts, he’s 78. Look at Paul McCartney, he’s 77. Age, it’s not about age. It’s not about saying, ‘I’m not going to tour anymore.’ Do you want to retire from everything?”

Paul McCartney was photographed kissing Ringo Starr a couple of days ago, after calling a rock icon a bizarre name. Sharon also took a shot at former Ozzy Osbourne bassist Bob Daisley, who claimed that Ozzy’s solo band was proposed as being a real band when he joined.

“Never, never, never. The bass player, Bob Daisley, has said that over the years. He’s a sad old fuck that played on two of the greatest albums in the [rock] genre, and he can’t get over the fact that we didn’t use him further. Like it was, ‘Goodbye. See ya.’ And he’s never gotten over it. And several lawsuits later — he tried to sue us three times — each time thrown out of court. Thrown out of court three times. He’s tried to change history, and it just won’t fit. It was never a band. There’s no way. It was Ozzy Osbourne.”

Sharon admitted that she had Lee Kerslake’s drumming and Bob Daisley’s bass playing replaced by Mike Bordin and Robert Trujillo respectively ‘just to teach [Bob] a lesson’ and that she’s a ‘mean bitch.’

Daisley has now posted in response on Facebook, “I have to say, I’m truly moved and impressed by the fans who have left messages and supportive words. It’s good to know that so many of you valuable people know so much about my history and are aware of the actual truth. I’d simply like to say a heartfelt ‘thank you’ to each and every one of you; I’ve read every single message that was posted. Love to you all, Bob Daisley.”