‘I F*cking Will’: Ozzy Osbourne’s Grandchild Scared Of Him, Rockstar’s Son Says

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Leena Nasir Entertainment Reporter
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Jack Osbourne revealed that his daughter is terrified of her legendary grandfather, Ozzy Osbourne, during the latest episode of “The Osbournes Podcast.”

The star spoke candidly with his famous family about how his 15-month-old daughter, Maple, is smitten with grandpa Ozzy when she watches him from a distance, on television. However, he noted she is scared of him when she’s face-to-face with the legendary artist.

The conversation began with Ozzy asking his son to bring his grandchildren over for a visit while chatting on the podcast. The truth came out shortly after, and in true Osbourne fashion, Maple’s fear of her grandfather was discussed without a filter.

“Bring the grandkids to come see me!” Ozzy told Jack.

“I fucking will … she’s scared of you IRL,” he said to his famous dad.

The revelation wasn’t lost on any of the members of the Osbourne family.


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Jack quickly explained that when Maple is watching her grandfather perform on television, she’s absolutely smitten with him. When she sees him in person it’s an entirely different response, and she expresses signs of being afraid.

He described a recent video of Maple getting excited about seeing Ozzy on television that has since gone viral, to demonstrate the myriad of his young daughter’s emotions about her grandfather.

“You haven’t seen the new video, where she’s pointing,” Jack said.

“We put on ‘Crazy Train’, like an actual performance. She does the ‘I, I, I,’ but she’s pointing a the TV going ‘Papa, Papa, Papa, Papa, Papa’, just on repeat like a broken record,” he said. (RELATED: ‘Oh, F*ck It:’ Ozzy Osbourne Reveals Why He Used To Pee His Pants On Stage)

He told his family that was a stark contrast from Maple’s in-person experiences.

“[But] in real life when she sees him and she’s like, ‘Oh fuck, there he is,'” Jack said.