The musician has been experiencing serious health issues during the last years.
The Black Sabbath singer Ozzy Osbourne has experienced quite a hard time during the last years when it came to his health. Ever since his quad-bike accident in 2003, everything went downfall for the famous musician. Later, in 2019, he suffered yet another life-threatening fall when he fell in his bathroom and dislodged metal screws in his spine.
“I went to the bathroom in the middle of the night, lost my balance, and landed flat on my face,” Ozzy explained.
“When I fell to the ground, I noticed a large white flash and said to myself, ‘you’ve finally accomplished it now.’
“I knew it was serious, and I thought I was paralyzed; thus, I remarked very gently to Sharon, ‘Sharon, I can’t move.’ It appears that I’ve broken my neck. Dial 9-1-1 for an ambulance.”
Recently, his wife Sharon Osbourne revealed that the musician is about to undergo yet another surgery that will likely “determine the rest of his life,” but didn’t share any details.
Back in the day, when Ozzy was an active drug user, he had undergone a surgery and the doctor was forced to apply four times the normal dose of anesthetic. The doctor was stunned and allegedly asked the singer why wasn’t he asleep. “I had a method while I was doing all of this s***,” Ozzy said in an interview with the radio station Sirius XM, referring to the anaesthetic incident. The doctor then gave him what is known as “two full syringes,” in order to put him to sleep for the procedure.