Ozzy Osbourne was seen using a wheelchair as his health woes continued to take a toll on him.
The Black Sabbath frontman, 74, was pictured leaving an office building in Santa Monica, Los Angeles, Tuesday afternoon weeks after declaring that he won’t be undergoing any further surgeries.
The “War Pigs” hitmaker, who donned a face mask, wore a black T-shirt and a pair of sweatpants for his outing.
The legendary rocker accessorized with some gold jewelry, including rings and a watch as his heavily tattooed arms were on full display.
Two companions took turns pushing his wheelchair.
In recent months, Osbourne was seen relying on the help of a cane on multiple occasions.
Last June, Osbourne underwent “life-altering” surgery to remove and realign pins in his neck and back from a 2003 quad biking accident that was exacerbated by a 2019 fall.
The “Heaven and Hell” singer has undergone three operations, stem cell treatments, physical therapy and Hybrid Assistive Limb treatment.
His wife, Sharon Osbourne, 71, described the surgery as “a major operation” that would “determine the rest of his life.”
Osbourne was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2003 but waited to go public with his diagnosis in January 2020.
He described that living with Parkinson’s felt like he was “walking around in lead boots.”
In September, the Brit said he’s not looking to go under the knife anymore.
“I can’t believe I’ve come to the end of it,” he told Piers Morgan on Talk TV. “It’s been five years of absolute hell for me and the family.”
“It is going to be the final surgery because I can’t do it any more,” he said in an episode of “The Osbournes Podcast” recorded a day before his latest procedure.
“Regardless of how it ends up, after tomorrow, that’s it. I’m not doing any more. I can’t.”
Describing how the surgeries have affected him, he admitted that his “feet feel like I’ve got bricks tied to them when I’m walking.”