Kyle Richards Claims She Did Not Use Ozempic to Assist Him in Losing Weight
Kyle Richards, a Real Housewife, said that neither plastic surgery nor the Type 2 diabetes drug Ozempic, which is popular for helping people lose weight, had anything to do with how she looks now. This time, Kyle Richards is making things clear from behind the camera.
Kyle Richards claps back at commenters who make assumptions. The 54-year-old Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star replied to some Instagram comments on a Page Six article from Monday night that talked about a recent bikini selfie Richards posted to her Instagram Story.
Followers of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star said that she was using Ozempic, a drug for Type 2 diabetes that is making news as a weight-loss treatment.
Kyle told a fan under a January 5 Instagram photo of her working out with her girlfriends, one of whom was former Real Housewife Teddi Mellencamp, “I am NOT on Olympic.” Kyle’s follow-up answer was, “Never have been.”
But many people kept talking about Ozempic after Kyle posted a picture of herself in a black bikini on her Instagram Story on January 16. “Ozempic?” The Halloween Ends actress said in response to a comment from a fan, “I am NOT taking Ozempic.” Never before.”
“I think it’s a lot of trips to the plastic surgeon,” said someone else. In response, Kyle said, “I’ve never tried Ozempic, and this isn’t from plastic surgery.” I had my breasts cut down in May.”
The 54-year-old added, “I’m honest about what I do.” “But if it makes you feel better to give credit to plastic surgery, pop off, sister,” she said with a kissing-face emoji.
Kyle hasn’t used Ozempic, but other celebrities have, like influencer Remi Bader, who recently talked about how using Ozempic to treat her type 2 diabetes affects her overall health.
“It was brand new, it had just been approved by the FDA, no one knew about it, and I was so scared,” Remi said on the Not Skinny But Not Fat podcast on January 12. “They said I had to have this. And I didn’t know how I felt about it.” After TikToker stopped using the drug, he began a cycle of “bad bingeing.”
The 27-year-old continued, “I went to a doctor, and they said, ‘It’s 100% because you went on Ozempic.'” “It made me think I wasn’t hungry for such a long time. I was able to drop a few pounds.
I didn’t want to become too dependent on it over time. I thought, “I bet as soon as I get off, I’ll be hungry again.” I did that, and my bingeing got much worse. So I was angry at the Olympics.”
A Novo Nordisk representative told E! News that Ozempic is “not approved for managing weight over the long term.” The brand says that adults with type 2 diabetes can be treated, their blood sugar levels can get better, and the risk of major heart events can go down.
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