July 22, 2002

Former OZZY OSBOURNE bassist Bob Daisley bears no personal ill will towards Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne despite being involved in a long-running legal dispute with the couple.

"I feel sad about [Sharon's battle with colon cancer], and I don't wish any negative outcome of it, or any of it," Daisley said. "I just hope she gets well. I don't want to see retribution, I don't want to see anybody suffer, I don't...I'm not gonna say anything negative about it. I hope she gets well."

As widely reported, Daisley has been fighting with the Osbournes over royalties and proper album credits for years, dating back to 1980's Blizzard Of Ozz and 1981's Diary Of A Madman.

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