Ozzy Osbourne has previously said that he and his wife are leaving the United States because of the growing problem of gun violence.
Apparently, Ozzy Osbourne isn’t exactly thrilled about moving back to England. After declaring that he had tired of of gun violence in the US and that he and his wife Sharon were to return to Britain, Osbourne now says he prefers to stay in Los Angeles.
” I get some criticism from peopleOzzy said Consequence of sound on fan reaction to the announcement of the UK reboot of The Osbournes scheduled with the BBC. To be honest, if it was up to me, I would stay in America. i am american now “.
Osbourne clarified that the move was more a consequence of people’s reaction after his wife was called a ‘racist’ for defending Piers Morgan’s controversial comments about Meghan Markle during an episode of The talk (she was later kicked off the show).
” When my wife was called a racist [The Talk], She’s definitely not a racist.”Ozzy said, adding, “ Piers Morgan is her friend… She didn’t say, “I agree with him”. She was just respecting her right to free speech… That’s all she said. And she got a lot of flak because of it, so we had to put fucking armed guards in and stuff. “.
Sharon, for her part, explains that the move was due to safety concerns in Los Angeles in general: ” When I came here I thought I was in heaven. In the 1970s, if you liked music, this was the place to be. It’s not that hub anymore. It is no longer exciting. It is not a good place to live. It’s dangerous here. All big cities have crime, but I don’t feel safe here. Neither does Ozzy. »
But Ozzy once again claimed he didn’t want to leave, saying: ” To be honest with you, I don’t want to go back [en Angleterre]. »
In his interview onObserve in August, Osbourne explained that America was a ” strange place right now “: ” I don’t want to die in America. I don’t want to be buried in this fucking forest lawn [Memorial Park, un cimetière rempli de célébrités]. I am English. I want to go home. That said, if my wife told me to go and live in Timbuktu, I would go. But no, it’s just time for me to go home “.
Translated by the editor