Sharon Osbourne reveals plans to move back to the UK with Ozzy over safety fears after


Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne are to move back to the UK over safety fears in Los Angeles following the rise in hate amid the war between Israel and Hamas.

The couple are to return to their sprawling Buckinghamshire home, with the former X Factor star blaming the woke generation for fuelling hatred which she says have seen incidents of antisemitism soar.

Sharon, 71, whose manager father Don Arden was Jewish, said: ‘You know, people come here, they visit Malibu they look at the beach, they walk around Beverly Hills and they go, “God, this place is fantastic.” But you look a little deeper and you see the way it really is.

‘I want to go back to where I came from. It is very strange here right now, I just feel safer back in England.’

The mother-of-three cites the rise of anti-Jewish hate as the reason to leave California where she and Ozzy last year sold their mansion for £16 million.

Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne are to move back to the UK over of safety fears in Los Angeles following the rise in hate amid the war between Israel and Hamas

Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne are to move back to the UK over of safety fears in Los Angeles following the rise in hate amid the war between Israel and Hamas

The mother-of-three cites the rise of anti-Jewish hate as the reason to leave California where she and Ozzy last year sold their mansion for £16 million

The mother-of-three cites the rise of anti-Jewish hate as the reason to leave California where she and Ozzy last year sold their mansion for £16 million

She blames Generation Z – a term used to describe those born during the late 1990s and early 2000s – who she believes make up a large proportion of anti-Israel protesters.

Sharon lambasted them as ‘loudmouths’ adding: ‘It started with the woke generation. If you’ve got posters in streets all over the world with pictures of people who have been kidnapped and are being held as hostages, and there are other people in the world tearing those posters down, that is absolute hatred.’

‘These kids are so entitled but that does not give them the right to verbalise on something which is taking people’s lives in a war. They have no world experience, they are not educated about the situation. Shut the f**k up and go back to school.’

Speaking to the Jewish Chronicle, the star added: ‘Of course you feel vulnerable.

‘How can you not feel intimidated or a little uneasy with what is going on in the world if you’re a Jew. Antisemitism is like a virus. People who hate Jews think Israel’s war against Hamas gives them a legit reason to have a go at Jews now. I honestly can’t believe the things I’ve read on social media about Jews and the war on Hamas in Gaza.’

Sharon also hit out at being cancelled following accusations she was racist.

She left CBS programme The Talk after 11 years as a panelist after a heated on-air debate with former co-star Sheryl Underwood in March 2021, in which she ferociously defended friend Piers after he was sacked from Good Morning Britain for not believing Meghan’s claims that she was suicidal.

Sharon's manager father Don Arden was Jewish. She was estranged from Arden for 20 years before reconciling in 2001 (pictured 2002)

Sharon’s manager father Don Arden was Jewish. She was estranged from Arden for 20 years before reconciling in 2001 (pictured 2002)

She blames Generation Z who she believes make up a large proportion of anti-Israel protesters (pictured Israeli soldiers operate in a location given as Gaza)

She blames Generation Z who she believes make up a large proportion of anti-Israel protesters (pictured Israeli soldiers operate in a location given as Gaza) 

Sharon also hit out at being cancelled following accusations she was racist. She left CBS programme The Talk after 11 years as a panelist after a heated on-air debate

Sharon also hit out at being cancelled following accusations she was racist. She left CBS programme The Talk after 11 years as a panelist after a heated on-air debate

Meanwhile, another of the show’s stars Whoopi Goldberg’s remarks about the Holocaust made headlines when she claimed the Shoah was not about race – but she was allowed to stay.

Sharon said: ‘Whoopi was on probation for two weeks.’



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