Ozzy Osbourne on Ex-Black Sabbath Drummer's Apology Demand: 'Stop Playing the Victim'

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 Ozzy Osbourne receives the Global Icon award on stage during the MTV EMA's 2014 at The Hydro on November 9, 2014 in Glasgow, Scotland.

Bill Ward got a response out of Ozzy Osbourne after his lengthy Facebook post on Wednesday, but it certainly wasn't an apology.

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The original Black Sabbath drummer posted nearly 700 words about his beef with the band and demanded an apology from Osbourne. The frontman shot back Thursday (April 16) with his own Facebook post, questioning many of Ward's claims and telling his side of the ongoing saga.

"Stop playing the victim and be honest with yourself and our fans," Osbourne concluded the post. "Bill, we go back a long way, let’s stop this now before it gets out of hand."

Read the full post below:

I never wanted to discuss this in a public forum but Bill's statements left me no option to but to respond...

Posted by Ozzy Osbourne on Thursday, April 16, 2015