Golnesa “GG” Gharachedaghi not only admitted to losing more than 10 pounds on Ozempic but also showed viewers how to inject themselves.
The “Shahs of Sunset” alum posted a lengthy video to Instagram Tuesday describing her experience with semaglutide, the generic version of the trendy weight-loss drug, because she refused to lie about it.
“I am on the weight-loss shots, honey, OK,” she said. “I’m just not going to lie about it because I always keep it real about what is fake.”
Gharachedaghi explained that she experienced health issues last year that made her put on weight, which she is now jonesing to lose.
“I had to get a lot of steroid injections last year, which caused me to really pack on some weight,” she shared, “and I don’t know if it’s because I’m 41 years old or I’ve had a baby.
“Whatever it is, I’ve been having a very, very, very hard time getting rid of that weight.”
The former Bravolebrity panned the camera to a journal that showed her semaglutide journey began four weeks ago, and in that short time, she has dropped from 137 pounds to 126. She also has doubled her dose from 10 units to 20.
Dressed in a tight crop top and comfortable sweatpants, Gharachedaghi then gave viewers a step-by-step process of how she injects herself with the “really, really small needle,” which she ultimately stuck on the side of her stomach.
“If you see people out there who just got skinny so fast all of a sudden and claimed they got healthy for the first time in their lives or that they got sober from alcohol that was causing them to gain so much weight … most likely, they’re just doing the shots,” she speculated.
Gharachedaghi then shaded celebrities who have denied using Ozempic or any of its alternatives, saying, “We know who you are. We see how skinny y’all are getting.
“It’s not rocket science,” she added. “Just saying.”
In the caption, the reality star doubled down on criticizing those who deny using the injections.
“I’m not sure why so many people deny taking the shots,” she wrote, adding that users can “judge in the comments.”
Ozempic has been running rampant in Hollywood, with celebrities like Chelsea Handler admitting using it while others have denied it. “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Kyle Richards has been the center of endless Ozempic rumors, which she has shut down numerous times.
“I’m honest about what I do,” Richards, 54, said, crediting constant exercise and cutting out alcohol as the reasons for her newly fit figure. “But if giving plastic surgery the credit makes you feel better then pop off sister.”