“I’m at my breaking point.” It may be difficult for some of his fans to accept the comment made by legendary rock artist Ozzy Osbourne, who is currently 74 years old.
“The Prince of Darkness,” Ozzy Osbourne, has experienced several health problems over the course of his life, but the last few have been particularly challenging.
Ever since the Black Sabbath singer’s 2003 quad-bike accident, everything has gone wrong for him. In 2019, he experienced another potentially fatal fall in which he dislodged metal screws in his spine while falling in his restroom.
Recently, his wife Sharon Osbourne disclosed information regarding her husband’s health, revealing that the rocker was set to have yet another surgery that would probably “determine the rest of his life.”
The 74-year-old Ozzy now provided a health update, discussing his recent surgery to repair his fractured neck and calling the last five years “absolute hell.”
On Piers Morgan Uncensored, Ozzy was asked what his emotional state was.
“I finally had my last procedure two days ago,” he replied.
“It’s unbelievable that this is the end for me. Now that the procedure is over, the major issue is resolved.
“But it’s been five years of absolute hell for me and my family,” he continued. My family has given me a lot of support. Without them, I could not have succeeded. This scene has been awful. Parkinson’s affects me, but I never give it much thought.
According to Jack, Ozzy’s son, a lot of people mistakenly think that his father’s Parkinson’s condition is the cause of his deteriorating health. Actually, his problems began in 2019 with the fall he experienced and the resulting neck injury.
“I continued tinkering with it, but after my fall, everything just fell apart,” Ozzy remarked.
“I go on; I don’t complain. You won’t pass away if you are still alive.
The Hellraiser vocalist discussed his fourth and final neck surgery on the podcast The Osbournes.
“This will be the last surgery I perform since I am no longer able to do it. I’m not going to continue doing it after tomorrow, no matter how it turns out. I’m unable.
Ozzy informed fans earlier this year that he would be retiring and that he would be canceling his shows.
There have only been two live performances by the Black Sabbath singer since his last tour in 2018.
We hope for Ozzy Osbourne’s well-being.