Ozzy Osbourne says ‘being a devil worshipper’ helped protect him from COVID-19

Ozzy offers up an explanation for why he didn't catch the virus
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Never change Ozzy Osbourne, never change.

Ozzy took part in an interview with Metal Hammer and gave his take on why he was able to avoid contracting COVID-19 even though close family members ended up catching it.

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“My wife had the virus; my daughter had the virus and I never got it,” he said. Why’s that?

Well, according to Ozzy, it's for a simple reason. “Being a devil worshipper does have its good points!” He exclaimed.

All jokes aside, Osbourne has reportedly been hard at work to help fix numerous health issues that have been ailing him over the past few years.

Sharon Osbourne recently revealed that Ozzy is set to undergo surgery to help fix neck and back issues in an attempt to return to the road. "It was like that, one after the other, and it's like, ‘woah, just a minute, you know?'” Sharon said. “He misses his friends, his musicians, they're his partners. He misses that life."

Sharon did share some good news regarding Ozzy’s Parkinson’s diagnosis… It’s not affecting his ability to get back on stage again. "But with his Parkinson's,” Sharon said, “he's fine. He's fine, he's got it under control.”

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