According to Ozzy Osbourne, he is “fed up with people getting killed every day” in the United States, so he is going.


According to Ozzy Osbourne, he is “fed up with people getting killed every day” in the United States, so he is going. Ozzy Osbourne has stated that he has no intention of ever settling down or passing away in the United States.

Ozzy Osbourne criticized the United States of America in an interview that was published in The Guardian. Osbourne and his wife Sharon have spent most of their adult lives in the United States.

Osbourne, who has been battling significant health concerns and went through a major operation in June, was quoted as saying of the United States, “I don’t know how you guys do it.” “Everything there is completely and utterly ludicrous. I can’t stand how many people lose their lives every single day.

Only God knows the exact number of persons who have been killed or injured in school shootings. And then there was that massacre in Vegas that took place at that concert… It’s absolutely out of this world.”

A lone gunman opened fire at a country music festival in 2017, resulting in the nation’s deadliest mass shooting with the deaths of sixty people. This incident is known as the “deadliest mass shooting in United States history.”

The United States of America has also been plagued with tragic school shootings, the most recent of which occurred in May at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. Other schools in the country have also been targeted.

According to an article that was published in July by Architectural Digest, the spacious estate that the couple owned in Los Angeles was put up for sale at a staggering price of $18 million.

In addition to this, the Black Sabbath member stated, “I don’t want to pass away in the United States… I speak English. I long to go there once more.” Rock musician who is now 73 years old and was brought up in Birmingham, England.

The emotions expressed by Sharon’s husband were echoed by Sharon, who was also born in London. “America has undergone such a remarkable transformation. In no way shape or form is this the United States of America. There is no point of unity in any of it. Living here at this time is like being in a completely different world.”

In March, the Osbournes provided a different explanation to The Mirror, claiming that the reason they were leaving California was because of the state’s rapidly increasing tax rates. Osbourne expressed his regret, “The tax is reaching an unsustainable level. It makes me sad because I enjoy staying there and calling it home to a great extent.”

Ozzy Osbourne and his band recently gave a performance at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, and only a few days ago they took the stage there.