At 73 years old and after forging one of the most important and influential musical careers of the 20th century, Ozzy Osbourne has been dealing with severe health problems for several years that have worsened after a fall he suffered in 2019 for which metal supports were placed on his his neck, and on Monday, June 13, he will have to undergo another operation.
This was confirmed by his wife Sharon Osbourne on the television show The Talk, in which he is a panelist and in which she said that this surgery “will determine the rest of his life.” Although he did not go into detail, it is known that Ozzy has had problems related to the motorcycle accident he had in 2003 in which he injured a vertebra in his neck. The artist has stated that he cannot walk well and that he has to do therapy every day and although he has improved, not enough to continue giving presentations.
He has also been battling Parkinson’s and at one point all the alarms went off when he got sick with COVID-19. However, Ozzy continues to rock and in 2020 he released Ordinary Man and for now he has plans to resume in 2023 the dates of the concerts that he has had to postpone since 2018.
Let’s hope everything works out for this living rock legend.