Ozzy Osbourne’s guitarist blasts new film showing Black Sabbath star snorting ANTS

The Black Sabbath star is depicted in Netflix’s new Motley Crue biopic The Dirt inhaling the bugs through a straw instead of cocaine.

But the wildman’s former guitarist Jake E. Lee and members of the Crue insist the scene is wide of the mark.

“I was there, and I never saw ants,” Jake said.

“I was right there.

“He snorted a little spider.


Ozzy Osbourne is depicted in Netflix’s new biopic The Dirt inhaling bugs through a straw (Pic: NC)

“There was not a trail of f***ing ants there.

“Tommy [Lee] says it, Nikki says it, Ozzy says it – they were f****ed up.

“I was not. … I don’t care what the other guys say – there was no ants.”

The Dirt is based on Crue frontman Nikki Sixx’s 2001 book of the same name, where he first recalled the 1984 ants story.

Ozzy, now 70, was touring with them as a solo act.

Nikki wrote: “I handed him the straw, and he walked over to a crack in the sidewalk and bent over it.”

“I saw a long column of ants. And as I thought, ‘No, he wouldn’t,’ he did.

“He put the straw to his nose and, with his bare white ass peeking out from under the dress like a sliced honeydew, sent the entire line of ants tickling up his nose with a single, monstrous snort.”

But one scene from the film Ozzy doesn’t dispute is that he drank his own urine.

Jake added: “Nikki Sixx, I remember, pi**ed on the girl he was with. She was lounging.


The Black Sabbath star says that some scenes from the biopic are wide of the mark (Pic: Getty)

“She was not happy about it. Ozzy pied on the ground. [Nikki] saw that and he went over and pied on the girl that he was with in the lounge chair.

“And that’s when Ozzy bent over and started licking his own green piss up.”

Ozzy, who is played by Tony Cavelero in The Dirt, is no stranger to ingesting creepy-crawlie animals.

He infamously bit the head off a bat – which may or may not have been alive – during a concert in Iowa in 1982.

To mark the 37th anniversary of the bizarre event in January, the Paranoid singer released his own cuddly toy bat with detachable head for £30 a pop.


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