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Ozzy Osbourne will not be all in favour of doing any dwelling or dying in the US.
In a candid interview with The Guardian, Osbourne ripped the USA, the place he and his spouse Sharon have resided for a lot of their grownup life.
Osbourne, who has handled extreme well being points and underwent a major surgery in June, stated of the US, “Every part’s f—ing ridiculous there. I’m fed up with folks getting killed day by day. God is aware of how many individuals have been shot in class shootings. And there was that mass taking pictures in Vegas at that live performance… It’s f—ing loopy.”
In what is called the deadliest mass taking pictures in the US, a gunman opened fireplace throughout a rustic music competition, killing 60 people in 2017.
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The USA has additionally been terrorized by horrific college shootings, with the latest being the tragedy at Robb Elementary College in Uvalde, Texas, in Might.
In July, Architectural Digest reported that the couple’s expansive mansion in Los Angeles was up on the market for a whopping $18 million.
The Black Sabbath member additionally shared, “I don’t need to die in America… I’m English. I need to be again.” The 73-year-old rocker was raised in Birmingham, England.
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Sharon, who was born in London, echoed her husband’s sentiments. “America has modified so drastically. It isn’t the US of America in any respect. Nothing’s united about it. It’s a really bizarre place to stay proper now.”
In March, the Osbournes informed a special story to The Mirror – that their motive for leaving California was as a result of skyrocketing tax costs. Osbourne lamented, “The tax is getting an excessive amount of. I’m unhappy as a result of I actually, actually like staying and dwelling there.”
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Simply days in the past, Osbourne hit the stage, performing alongside his band on the 2022 Commonwealth Video games in Birmingham.