Kelly Osbourne horrified after sick troll messages her saying he hopes dad Ozzy dies from Parkinson's disease

KELLY Osbourne has been left horrified after a sick troll messaged her saying they hope her dad Ozzy dies from Parkinson's disease.

The 71-year-old rocker revealed in January that he was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2019.

In light of his heartbreaking diagnosis, Kelly revealed a cruel troll directly messaged her on Instagram with a nasty and insensitive comment.

The horrifying comment read: "Heard your father is dying thats great now we can get ridden of another a**hole" (sic).

Calling out the troll, Kelly screenshot the message and posted it on her feed.

She penned: "…seems like you need some attention???

"So here you go you disgusting mother f***er!!!!! I won’t be praying for you!!!!!! You p***y a** b***h!

The post sparked a flood of messages of support for Kelly, who branded the interaction "crazy" and wished Ozzy well.

Ozzy was hospitalised in February last year when he developed a "severe upper-respiratory infection" following a bout of the flu.

He had to postpone the European leg of his No More Tours 2, tour, before cancelling it entirely when he suffered a fall while recovering from pneumonia.

The rocker revealed in January this year that he was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2019.

In light of the current coronavirus pandemic, Kelly had begged fans to stay home for the sake of her famous dad.

The 35-year-old television personality paid tribute to her dad, wearing round-framed glasses which are the same style the Black Sabbath singer wears, and making a peace sign, for a photo.

She added a long pink wig and held a sign which read, "Stay Home for Ozzy."

According to information on Michael J Fox's website for people with Parkinson's, having Parkinson’s, by itself, may not put you at an increased risk of getting COVID-19 or, if you do get it, having a more significant illness.

However, the MTV reality show legend is also 71, and in the higher risk category for older people.

Kelly's mum Sharon, who has been married to Ozzy since 1982, survived colon cancer in 2002.

Then in early November 2012, Osbourne revealed she had undergone a double mastectomy after learning she had a gene that increases the risk of developing breast cancer.

According to the risk may be higher for those who have received cancer treatments.

Patients who are in active chemotherapy and bone marrow transplant patients are particularly high risk because their immune systems can be severely weakened by the treatment.

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