It’s not uncommon for fans to express disappointment or sadness when their favorite actors or celebrities age and are no longer able to perform at the level they once did or look the way that they once did, however, many fans are rallying against the paparazzi as they have been defaming the likes of Ozzy Osbourne and Jack Nicholson in recent photos that started to gather traction all around the net.
In recent photos, you could see Jack come out into the public eye for the first time in years, and right when he came out he was met with backlash. A very similar incident happened with Ozzy which saw the prince of darkness looking much older, naturally.
What I just don’t understand is – is anyone really shocked by this? Why is aging a big deal? No one has found that fountain of youth yet, and surely, Ozzy and Jack don’t seem to have an issue with being themselves. These two have proved themselves in every aspect of the word and no longer need to give us anything.
Jack Nicholson is an iconic actor who has had a long and successful career spanning several decades. He has appeared in numerous films. For Ozzy? Well, take your pick! Ozzy has been in acting, music, and tons of incredible commercials. Let’s not forget these two just because of the natural process of life. Personally, I feel that paparazzi should be ashamed for treating others like animals.
It’s understandable for fans to feel a sense of nostalgia or sadness when they see their favorite celebrities aging, but it is important to respect the natural aging process and to appreciate the contributions that these individuals have made to their respective fields.
Two icons aging should never be an issue. It’s the legacy that we need to focus on, and certainly, there’s a lot left in their tank.
Jack Nicholson, 85, looks disheveled on LA balcony as he's seen for first time in TWO YEARS https://t.co/4Vi5pykFoE pic.twitter.com/EnJCDOMbSN
— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) April 13, 2023
Ozzy Osbourne, 74, goes for walk without cane amid Parkinson’s battle https://t.co/5GOyKNiRqC pic.twitter.com/M0HhHjdgZ7
— Page Six (@PageSix) April 17, 2023