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Ozzy Osbourne suuttui brittilehden kohu-uutiselle

10.10.2014 klo 08.54 | Luettu: 2113 kertaa | Teksti: J.A. Kaunisto

Ozzy Osbourne on tyrmistynyt Mail Onlinen (Daily Mailin verkkoversio) repimään kohu-uutiseen, jonka mukaan Ozzy oli innoissaan 9/11-pommi-iskuista.

Ozzy oli tuolloin, vuonna 2001, New Yorkissa ja Mail Onlinen mukaan Ozzy ei pelännyt, ei suinkaan; "I wasn't scared, I was excited! It was my kind of craziness, y'know". Mail Onlinen jutun lähteenä oli käytetty ShortList magazine haastattelua.

Ozzyn mukaan hänen kommenttiaan on vääristelty. Ozzyn tiedote kertoo seuraavaa;

"Firstly, I never spoke to the Mail Online. Several quotes were pulled from another interview I did for the ShortList that was posted earlier in the day and were taken out of context to create the Mail Online story.

"I apologize to anyone who may see these quotes and believe this is actually how I feel.

"Please know that I would never want to offend or hurt anyone — that was never or would ever be my intention.

"You would think that at my age I would finally realize that any conversation with a journalist can be twisted, reprinted and made into another story. It's another life lesson learned
"

ShortListin alkuperäisestä jutusta käy ilmi Ozzyn todella sanoneen niin mutta asiayhteys on erilainen - Ozzy ei ylistä pommi-iskua vaan ihmettelee tapahtuman aiheuttamaa aavemaista tunnelmaa. New York oli tyhjä, autio.

"I wasn’t scared, I was excited! It was my kind of craziness, y’know. The day after that happened, there was fucking nobody in New York. I remember standing on the steps of the hotel, and — you know when you see an old cowboy film and that tumbleweed rolls past on the ground? There was newspapers just floating around on the streets. It was so fucking weird. Everybody just backed off Manhattan because they didn't know if it was an all-out thing or what."

Varsinkin seuraava kommentti (samaisesta ShortListin haastattelusta) kertoo paljon Ozzyn todellisista ajatuksista terroritekoihin;

"But I hope this ISIS lot don't get going. I've come to the conclusion that it's in mankind to try to kill each other for one thing or another. And I think sooner or later one of these crazy fuckers is going to get a nuclear weapon or some fucking thing, and fuck 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."

(Lähde mm. www.shortlist.com)


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