Ozzy Osbourne tells Kanye West off for using a piece of music without permission: Not liking Jews
It was funny when rock star Ozzy Osbourne said Kanye West used a clip of his song without permission.
False Claims Against Jews and Not Giving Permission
In a recent post on X, Osbourne said that he flatly turned down West’s request to include a part of Black Sabbath’s 1983 live version of “War Pigs” on his most recent album. They said no, but Osbourne says the sample was still used at a listening party not long ago.
Then Osbourne says he didn’t let West do it because he believes West is anti-Semitic and that West has caused a lot of trouble for many people. “I want no association with this man!” Osbourne makes it very clear.
Ask for help for Sharon Osbourne
The Jewish Chronicle recently quoted Sharon Osbourne as saying, “Judaism is the only religion I have and the only one with which I feel comfortable.” This shows that she agrees with what her husband says.
The record launch and listening party in Chicago
West, who goes by the name Ye, and Ty Dolla $ign showed off Vultures, their joint project, at the hour-long event in Chicago. The album was meant to come out in December, but had to be pushed back because Nicki Minaj wouldn’t let them use an old remix.
What Sharon Osbourne Thought About What Kanye Did
She said, “About Kanye: that train has left the station, OK?” when asked what was going on. That’s not at all rude. I just put out a new song. “All right, guys.” I already put out a song three years ago, so why would I do it again?
Ozzy Osbourne criticises Kanye West for using sample: ‘He is an antisemite’ https://t.co/VSEYJwdqZm
— Guardian news (@guardiannews) February 9, 2024
Words that made a stir and the end of the live feed
West rapped the controversial lines “And I’m still crazy, bipolar, and antisemitic.” The live feed at the listening party was quickly cut off. I am still king.
Why West Apologized and His Past Legal Trouble
West publicly said sorry at the end of 2023 for his antisemitic words in the past, such as praising Adolf Hitler and threatening Jews. There was a lot of anger over this from the Anti-Defamation League and Joe Biden. They said he was a “vicious antisemite” who was dangerous to Jews.
West wrote on Instagram in Hebrew, “It wasn’t my intention to hurt or insult, and I deeply regret any pain I may have caused.” They said they were sorry. He said he would work on himself and learn from it so that he would be more caring and sensitive in the future.
West’s Honor to Black Sabbath Before
There’s an interesting fact that West had praised Black Sabbath on the song “Hell of a Life,” which was based on “Iron Man.”