Robert Trujillo Pays Respect To Ozzy Osbourne While Skating With His Daughter

Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo shared a video on his official Instagram page revealing an art on the sidewalk at Venice High School as he was skating with his daughter Lullah Trujillo. Because artwork consisted of an old carving of the name of Black Sabbath frontman Ozzy Osbourne and the name of the band, Trujillo called out Osbourne.

As many of you might already know, Robert Trujillo played for a band called Infectious Grooves which toured with Ozzy back in 1991, before Trujillo joined Metallica in 2003. In addition to his contributions to re-recordings of Ozzy’s earlier material, Trujillo played on Osbourne’s eighth studio album Down to Earth two decades ago.

Along with their work together, Robert Trujillo has huge admiration for Ozzy Osbourne apparently since he recently shared a video on his official Instagram page while he was skating with his daughter Lullah, he saw a carving on the sidewalk which looked quite old.

Seemingly, somebody carved Ozzy Osbourne’s name on the sidewalk in addition to Black Sabbath’s more than four decades ago, according to Trujillo’s guess and he shared the special moment with his fans as a tribute act to Osbourne which pleasantly surprised both Metallica and Black Sabbath fans.

Here is what Trujillo said:

“I’m here at Venice High School skating w/ Lullah, and we stumbled on some Old School 70’s sidewalk art. Circa 1978/79 perhaps?”

Since Rob Trujillo showed he skates quite frequently with his daughter in his latest post on Instagram,  his fans poured comments under his post stating that while frontman James Hetfield is known for his passion with cars, drummer Lars Ulrich is known for tennis, Rob is now known for loving the skateboard.