In recent days Ozzy Osbourne was forced to postpone all the shows he would do until 2019.
The legendary Black Sabbath vocalist was hospitalized and had to go under surgery on his right hand, with the estimate being that he would leave there quickly but the predictions were not fulfilled and he had to undergo a second medical intervention.
During the talk show The Talk, where Sharon Osbourne is one of the members of the bench, she took the opportunity to talk about it and told how it all started with a small injury.
Read what she said:
“He had a small cut on his thumb. You know when you pull the fucking nail? Then he left it like that. Then he tapped the same finger on a door. Then the bruise began to get bigger and bigger, and so did the middle finger. On Saturday morning we took him to the emergency room and what happened is that a little something next to his nail has turned into two different infections in his hand.”
“He had to undergo surgery where they cut the side of his thumb and also the middle finger to get rid of the infection. It all came from something that you imagine is nothing. It’s unbelievable.”
“It’s so sad for him. He had four shows to do in California, but his hand is still not well. And it’s a bid where every day they say, ‘No, tomorrow you’re already better, bla bla bla.’ And he does not get better. In fact, he’s going back to the hospital today where he’s going to do another surgery in his hand. So we did not want to be canceling the shows and changing, changing, changing, so we said, ‘Okay, let’s cancel all shows.’ They will be remarked. He will make them.”
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