Ozzy Osbourne has found himself in the center of a controversy after he went on the record saying the 9/11 terrorist attacks, which claimed the lives of nearly 3,000 people, “excited” him.
The Black Sabbath rocker was in New York when the attack happened, though he said he wasn’t frightened at the time.
“I wasn’t scared, I was excited,” he enthusiastically told Shortlist magazine. “It was my kind of craziness, y’know.”
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He went to explain how “there was f--king nobody in New York” and likened the city’s emptiness to “old cowboy film” where newspapers on the street took the place of dusty tumbleweeds.
Since he’s proven to be quite an expert in not only terrorism, but also the human psyche, the 65-year-old rocker also offered his opinion on the extremist militant group ISIS, saying he hopes they “don’t get going.”
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“I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s in mankind to try to kill each other for one thing or another,” Ozzy lamented.
“And I think sooner or later one of these crazy f--kers is going to get a nuclear weapon or some f--king thing, and f--k a lot of people up. That’s in our nature. I hope it won’t happen, but it looks like it could happen if they get it.”