Ozzy Osbourne would not suppose he is influential.
The 71-year-old rocker – who was born John Michael Osbourne – says he is ”by no means actually thought” about whether or not his famous person standing means he has any affect over others, as he simply sees himself as ”Ozzy”.
Asked whether or not he thinks he is an affect on folks, he mentioned: ”I by no means actually thought of it. I’m simply Ozzy. My spouse calls me Ozzy. I’m simply Ozzy. I’m simply right here.”
The Prince of Darkness is presently making an attempt to get again on his toes after being plagued with well being points – together with being recognized with Parkinson’s – however says the coronavirus pandemic is stopping him from heading again out on tour.
Ozzy would not suppose he’ll hit the highway till 2022, as a result of he would not need to be the primary particular person to trial a vaccine.
He added: ”I’m making an attempt to recuperate so I can get … The solely benefit of this pandemic, I could not work anyway due to my accidents. I’m hoping that I’ll be reserving 2022, I believe.
”To be sincere with you, I do not suppose it should get ship-shape till the tip of subsequent yr. I believe this winter goes to be f****** unhealthy. Because you are going to have the flu … You may give me any f***, however I’m not going to be primary on [trying] that f****** new vaccine. I do not need to be the primary one to get up with a set of f****** antlers within the morning.”
The ‘Crazy Train’ hitmaker additionally mentioned he thinks he is ”simpler to be round” now that he is older, as he is not ”out of [his] face” like he was in his partying heyday.
Speaking to Rock Classics Radio on Apple Music, he mentioned: ”I’m simpler to be round than I used be. I was f****** out of my face on a regular basis once I wasn’t singing gigs. Not all the time, however more often than not. I do not actually understand how it goes so I’ve to depend on different folks’s judgment and it’s extremely irritating.”
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