Ozzy Osbourne has revealed he feared for his life when he got here down with a number of medical issues last year.
The legendary Black Sabbath frontman, 71, had a tough time together with his well being after being identified with Parkinson’s, having a fall, neck surgical procedure and being hospitalised with the flu.
He revealed that at one level he was struggling a lot he thought he was dying and was satisfied the docs weren’t telling him how dangerous his situation was.
Ozzy defined on Sirius XM: ‘I’m not again to 100 p.c. I’m about 75 p.c there, but it surely’s such a gradual restoration.
‘Spine surgery is bad news, man. I’ve been in such a nasty state with ache; I’m nonetheless having loads of ache.’
He added: ‘There was some extent I was satisfied that I was dying. I was in that a lot discomfort and ache and distress.
‘I believed they had been all hiding it from me. I bear in mind saying to Sharon, “You’ve gotta level with me. Is it worse than you’re making it out [to be]?” She says, “No.” I’ve dropped all of the treatment for ache now.’
While he remains to be within the technique of restoration, Ozzy can also be wanting ahead to in the future performing once more – however admits it’s going to in all probability be a really totally different expertise than earlier than the coronavirus pandemic.
He revealed: ‘I cannot wait [to get on stage], but I was talking to Tony Iommi the other day, and he was saying with the way it’s going with this coronavirus, indoor reveals can be a factor of the previous.’
Ozzy additionally credited making music – together with his album Ordinary Man – with serving to him cope together with his Parkinson’s prognosis, telling Entertainment Tonight: ‘That entire album got here out of nowhere and it was a lot enjoyable.
‘It was what I wanted to get me out of my gloom and doom and my restoration.’
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