Ozzy Osbourne Wife Savagely Disrespects Keith Richards


Legendary Black Sabbath frontman Ozzy Osbourne‘s wife Sharon Osbourne called out The Rolling Stones and Keith Richards’ fanbase for being ‘old’ and ’embarrassing’ when they attend concerts intended for younger audiences. Sharon Osbourne revealed who ripped off Ozzy Osbourne for $1.5 million yesterday.

She first told Celebrity Access, “Listen, it’s how many dates can your artist do. Can your artist sing back-to-back? Can your artist do this or do that? How many dates can the Rolling Stones do because they can only do a handful of dates?”

She also said “What do the Rolling Stones do? Two shows a week? That’s it. You have to go by the artist. It is the same that I would never pay big money to go and see a band. I would pay it to see Barbra Streisand, but I wouldn’t pay it to see a band. It’s horses for courses. If you’ve got a young act that can do night after night, great.”

She was later asked about concert tickets that cost $800 like The Rolling Stones concerts, and if that’s too much.

“Very few people would pay [$800] for a concert. The thing is that you have to know who your audience is. And if you have a band like the Rolling Stones, there’s all of these wealthy idiots who go to The Hamptons in the summer who will pay that.”

She also discussed how ‘old f**kers’ go to Coachella who should be at The Rolling Stones concerts.

“Listen, the festivals are for kids that want to go out and experience the elements. Coachella is kids. I’m telling you. You get all of the old f**kers that think that they are at a Rolling Stones’ show, and you go, ‘What the f**k are you doing being there? It’s so embarrassing.’ And they are sad f**kers. And the sad f**kers will always, go and spend that money. Coachella is for kids. Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande. C’mon.”

Ozzy Osbourne’s bandmate recently revealed a sad Jimi Hendrix remark. Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler discussed being nearly blinded in a new Music News interview.

“I’ll never forget that. I think it was in San Francisco. Somebody threw this massive bloody brass cross at us, about 18 inches. It hit me in the eye. Nearly blinded me. But I kept it. There’s also a painting someone gave us in Russia, with us as Samurai warriors. Gloriously hideous. We look like four versions of Ken Dodd. They found the jacket I wore on our [1972’s] ‘Vol. 4’ album sleeve. And my silver six-inch platform boots, with red crosses up the sides. God knows how I wore them.”