Sharon Osbourne blasts millennials as she brands them ‘rude’ and ‘entitled’

Sharon Osbourne has lashed out at millennials, calling them "rude" and "entitled".

The former X Factor judge and wife of rocker Ozzy Osbourne, hit at at youngsters for having what she considers to be poor social skills.

And she says the reason for it is because young people always have their heads buried in their smartphones.

Outspoken Sharon told the Daily Star : "It's just life skills and social skills. And this generation that's coming up – 16, 17, 18-year-olds – they have very bad social skills.

"With all the tech, they're just so rude and entitled."

Sharon, 66, certainly isn't shy about sharing her opinions.

Last year, she hit out at political correctness in Britain.

She said: "You can't forget what this country was built on – out traditions and what makes us is why people want to come and live in the country."

Sharon also recently spoke out against the mothers of alleged abuse victims Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who featured in controversial documentary Finding Neverland.

She said they were "hypnotised by fame" and suggested that they should have never left their sons in the care of the pop star.


Sharon hit out at Joy Robson and Stephanie Safechuck, saying: "Look, would you let your son spend the night with Ozzy? No. You would say, 'What the hell are you doing?' No one would do it," reports the Daily Star .

"The people I was upset with was these boys' parents. How can you be so hypnotised by fame?"

She went on to say that the parents "wanted to be around this sexy powerful industry".

Jackson's family have furiously denied the allegations made in the film.

They say the accusers are just "opportunists" seeing a "blank cheque".

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