Kelly Osbourne has hit out at people who have commented on her father Ozzy Osbourne’s appearance following his Parkinson’s diagnosis and other health issues.
The 71-year-old rock icon was diagnosed with Parkin’s II after suffering health complications due to a fall last year and, had spine surgery before being hospitalised with the flu.
Although the Black Sabbath frontman has been on the mend with fans sending well-wishes, his daughter Kelly, 35, has been feeling protective after seeing a slew of less-than-kind comments about her famous dad.
‘Honestly, it’s been so incredible and heartwarming and lovely outpouring from fans and friends and family and he couldn’t be where he is without that especially the fans,’ Kelly told Metro.co.uk about her appreciation on the support Ozzy has been getting from his fans.
However, the star gave extended a big ‘f*** you’ to anyone else writing negative things about the Prince of Darkness.
‘What you’re doing to him is disgusting,’ she ranted.
‘He has had spine surgery, he broke his f***ing neck, he has Parkinson’s, and he learned how to walk again.
‘And you’re pointing at him and saying, “Look how sickly you are” – you should be saying, “I can’t believe he’s walking again, look how amazing he is.” It’s disgusting.’
The coronavirus pandemic meant the War Pigs singer had to stay home due to being high risk but was recently spotted in Santa Barbara, California, without his iconic black hair.
He may have looked phenomenal but the star has no plans of keeping it that way.
‘Because of his Parkinson’s he can’t dye it until the pandemic has got to a better place – since he’s so high risk but he’s counting the days until he can dye it again,’ Kelly said.
‘I’m trying to talk him into not dyeing it.’
Just last month, he revealed that at one point he was suffering so much he thought he was dying and was convinced the doctors weren’t telling him how bad his condition was.
Ozzy explained on Sirius XM: ‘I’m not back to 100 percent. I’m about 75 percent there, but it’s such a slow recovery.’
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