Ozzy Osbourne has admitted that he he has no idea what Brexit is, or what it means for the United Kingdom.The Black Sabbath singer, who was born and raised in Birmingham, England, now spends most of his time in Los Angeles. He told The Big Issue that he had not paid any attention to the divisive debate over the U.K.’s intention to leave the European Union. When asked about Brexit, he responded, “People keep going on at me about that — is it a big deal over there? What will happen with it? Are people voting in or out, what’s going on?” He added, “I don’t read the newspapers and I don’t really talk politics because I don’t really know. I don’t really understand Brexit.” In June 2016, voters were asked in a referendum whether the U.K. should leave or remain in the European Union, a group of 28 countries which trade with each other and allow anyone to easily move between the countries to live and work. Nearly 52 percent voted to leave, with the U.K. scheduled to exit in March 2019. The issue has been contentious in the U.K. and has drawn supporters on both sides. Artists such as Ringo Starr and Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson have come out in favor of leaving, while Mick Jagger and Radiohead’s Thom Yorke have been vocal proponents against Brexit. Ozzy will resume his “No More Tours 2” farewell trek in late January in Europe, but will headline a New Year’s Eve edition of Ozzfest next month at the Forum in Los Angeles, with Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson and others on the bill.