Ozzy Osbourne slams Kanye West for ‘Iron Man’ sample on ‘Vulture’: ‘I want nothing to do with this man’

Ozzy Osbourne has nothing to do with Kanye West’s crazy train.

The 75-year-old rock legend beat West, 46, on Friday On X For including a sample of Black Sabbath’s “Iron Man” in a song on West and Ty Dolla $ign’s upcoming album, “Vultures”.

@KanyeWest “Requested permission to sample a section of a 1983 ‘Iron Man’ live performance at a US festival without vocals and was refused permission because it was anti-Semitic and rendered meaningless,” he wrote.

β€œHe went ahead and used the sample anyway at his album listening party last night. I want nothing to do with this man!”

The Post has reached out to representatives for Osborne and West for comment.

Of note – Ozzy and his wife Sharon dressed up as West and his wife Bianca Sensori for Halloween last year.

“Happy Halloween 🀘,” Sharon captioned an Instagram photo of the pair in costume.

Prince of Darkness’ complaint comes after West, now known as Ye, hosted a live “Vultures” listening party at Chicago’s United Center on Thursday.

Veeps, the streaming service that broadcast the event, appears to have quickly shut down the feed after a song where Ye says, “And I’m still crazy, bipolar, antisemite.” And I’m still king.”

The title song of “Vulture” also includes a vile lyric: “How anti I am? I just hunted a Jew bitch.

This is not the first time that the West has sampled Black Sabbath. He covered “Iron Man” in his 2010 song “Hell of a Life”, included on the Grammy-winning album “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy”.

last month, Ozzy praised T-Pain on X after an avid Autotune user performed a viral live rendition of “War Pigs.”

“This is the best cover of ‘War Pigs’ ever,” Osborne declared in a tweet.

He added: “Why didn’t you guys call me?”

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