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Sharon Osbourne slams Kanye West for using Ozzy’s song: He ‘f–ked with the wrong Jew’

Sharon Osbourne blasted “antisemite” Kanye West for allegedly using her husband, Ozzy Osbourne’s song without consent at his album listening party.

“Kanye f–ked with the wrong Jew this time,” the former TV personality — who was raised Jewish — told TMZ Friday.

The “Talk” alum explained a cease and desist letter has been sent to the “Heartless” rapper after previously being prohibited from using Black Sabbath’s 1983 US festival live performance of “Iron Man.”

While Ozzy hardly turns down requests from other artists to use his songs, Sharon explained he had a “special f—king occasion to say no,” describing West as a “disrespectful antisemite” who “represents hate.”

She also took the feud to Instagram with a clip from the 2022 film “Studio 666” of Lionel Richie walking in on Dave Grohl playing his 1984 hit “Hello.”

Sharon Osbourne shaded Kanye West for allegedly using Ozzy Osbourne’s song at his “Vultures” listening party. Dave Benett/Getty Images
“Kanye f–ked with the wrong Jew this time,” the talk show host — who was raised Jewish — told TMZ Friday. GC Images

Sharon, 71, outlined Grohl as West and Lionel Richie as the “Endless Love” crooner, who told the Foo Fighters rocker, “We all have writer’s block — but that’s my f–king song … you understand what I’m saying? I like that song. No no no, I love that song … Get your own song!”


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“Welcome to the Carnival @kanyewest 🤡 #permissionnotgranted #ironman,” she captioned the clip.

Earlier in the day, Ozzy, 75, also took to social media to slam West for sampling his music, echoing his wife’s statement that they “refused permission because he is an antisemite and has caused untold heartache to many.”

She explained a cease and desist had been filed against West after he was prohibited from using Black Sabbath’s 1983 performance of “Iron Man.” Getty Images
Sharon also took to her Instagram to slam West with a clip of Lionel Richie and Dave Grohl from the 2022 film “Studio 666.” Getty Images

“He went ahead and used the sample anyway at his album listening party last night,” he continued. “I want no association with this man.”

West, 46, and rapper Ty Dolla $ign hosted a listening party for their forthcoming album “Vultures” at the United Center in Chicago Thursday.

The “Bound 2” hitmaker debuted his new tracks, rapping, “And I’m still crazy, bipolar, antisemite / And I’m still the king.”

The clip showed the Foo Fighters rocker playing Richie’s 1984 hit “Hello” when the “Endless Love” crooner interrupted him. sharonosbourne/Instagram, Roswell Films
“We all have writer’s block — but that’s my f–king song … Get your own song!” Lionel tells Grohl. sharonosbourne/Instagram, Roswell Films

Since October 2022, West has spread his controversial antisemitic viewpoints starting when he called “death con 3 ON JEWISH PEOPLE” on X.

At the time, West lost access to his social media accounts and several brand deals as he continued to praise Adolf Hilter and the Nazis.

Despite his antisemitic behavior continuing, he issued an apology to the Jewish community in December.

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