Ozzy Osbourne discusses how he is stereotyped in this 1992 interview.
Rumor has it Ozzy Osbourne will have a part in the upcoming Ghostbusters reboot.
“I hope they don’t turn on the press, because you’ll soon change your attitude,” Ozzy said of the press putting a convicted murderer on the cover of “People.”
As we all know, grand pronouncements often have a way of coming back to haunt those who utter them.
The injury happened in 1992, just after he put himself on the path to sobriety. Oh, the irony.
Ozzy’s usual drummer may not be a big fan of him right now, but a bunch of little ones sure are.
“I’m on the edge all the time,” the Ozzman said. Not having beers didn’t help the situation.
According to Ozzy Osbourne, Black Sabbath is far from dead, with a flurry of activity planned for next year.
News broke of a reboot in November, but VH1 has scrapped the idea.
Osbourne ended the letter with a “God bless you” and an invitation to end the feud once and for all.