What, in the name of the mighty creator, are you talking about?
Legendary heavy metal icon Ozzy Osbourne expresses gratitude to Lucifer for shielding him from COVID-19.
In spite of the fact that close family members were infected with the virus, the Grammy Award-winning rocker thanked Satan for protecting him during the pandemic.
"My wife had the virus; my daughter had the virus; and I was never infected with it," Metal Hammer quoted Osbourne as saying.
"It is possible to be a devil worshiper and get certain benefits!" he said.
Sharon Osbourne, the Black Sabbath frontman's longtime wife, was diagnosed with the disease in December.
The virus has claimed the lives of more than 700,000 people in the United States so far this year.
The 69-year-old Emmy Award winner said on Instagram that she had been admitted to the hospital for a "short period of time."
Earlier, the couple's son Jack announced that his infant daughter Minnie Theodara had been diagnosed with COVID-19, a virus that has since been eradicated.
It is unclear when and whether Kelly Osbourne contracted the virus, but she was quick to launch a social media campaign, using the hashtag #StayHomeforOzzy, to encourage others to quarantine themselves in order to keep high-risk persons safe throughout the outbreak.
Aimee Osbourne, the Osbournes' other daughter, who is 38 years old and is an actress and singer, has chosen to maintain a public identity apart from those of her family members.
While it is possible that the devil shielded Ozzy, popularly known as the "Prince of Darkness," from the coronavirus, he has been dealing with a number of other major health issues.
His diagnosis of Parkinson's disease was made public in January last year, when the 72-year-old Birmingham native stated he had been diagnosed with the disease.
In 2019, he had to undergo neck surgery as a result of a bad fall, and he also contracted a potentially fatal staph infection, which he had to have removed.
"I've been in a bad f-king state for the past two years," he admitted to Metal Hammer magazine in April. "I'm suffering with this f-king broken neck, and it appears that I'll be needing additional surgery," he explained.