Ozzy Osbourne Is Leaving America Due To Gun Violence
Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons| Author: Kyle Overholtzer

Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons| Author: Kyle Overholtzer

Ozzy Osbourne Is Leaving America Due To Gun Violence

Celebrity , United Kingdom , news , united states
Brunno Braga
Brunno Braga Aug 30, 2022

The ‘Prince of Darkness’ is leaving the United States. After living over 20 years in Los Angeles, California, the heavy metal legend Ozzy Osbourne is returning to the United Kingdom and one of the main reasons for his decision is that he can’t stand gun violence in America any longer. In an interview with the Observer, Osbourne said that the number of gun shooting incidents across the country is outrageous and alarming. Sharon Osbourne agreed with her husband. She said that America has changed so drastically and “there’s nothing united about it.”

“I’m fed up with people getting killed every day,” he told the Observer referring to American gun violence. “God knows how many people have been shot in school shootings. And there was that mass shooting in Vegas at that concert … it’s f*****g crazy.”

As CNN has recently reported, there have been more than 440 mass shootings in the US in 2022, mentioning a study carried out by the Gun. The Las Vegas mass shooting incident happened in 2017 and killed 58 people. It is the deadliest mass shooting in US history.

The high US tax rate is another reason why they decided to leave the country, Ozzy Osbourne told the Mirror earlier this year. “I didn’t want to continue paying current taxes to stay in the US,” he told the tabloid.   He added that The Osbournes are returning to their Buckinghamshire residence for good, he told the tabloid, saying he doesn’t die in the US.  “I’m English. I want to be back.”

According to the Observer, the Osbournes will return to the UK in February 2023. The 73-year-old rock star said he will continue to make music. His new solo album, Patient Number 9, will be released on September 9. He recorded while experiencing several chronic health issues including Parkinson’s disease.

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