OZZY OSBOURNE Autographs $100 Bill For Homeless Guy

According to NationalEnquirer.com, Ozzy Osbourne gave a homeless person $100 bill after the Toronto, Ontario, Canada man told him he was a fan and explained he had been a struggling rock musician until falling on hard times. The man gratefully accepted the bill and asked the legendary heavy metal singer for an autograph. Ozzy then reportedly took back the $100 note, signed it and handed it back to his fan, saying: "Maybe now it's worth more than a 100 bucks." Then he shook hands and trundled off.


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