She’s putting the “real” in “real housewife.”
Kyle Richards shut down internet trolls who accused her of using diabetes-turned-weight-loss drug Ozempic to get the slimmer frame she’s been flaunting lately.
“I have never tried ozempic and this is not from plastic surgery,” the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star commented on Page Six’s Instagram account beneath a post that linked to a story about her ripped muscles.
Richards, 54, admitted to having a breast reduction in May but denied any other artificial reasons that may have contributed to for her fit figure.
“I’m honest about what I do,” she added. “But if giving plastic surgery the credit makes you feel better then pop off sister.”
In a separate comment to yet another skeptic, Richards flatly commented, “I am NOT taking Ozempic. Never have.”
The Bravolebrity is hardly the first celebrity to be accused of using Ozempic to achieve a different body. Earlier this month, Khloé Kardashian also silenced a follower who believed she used the drug to get to a place where she now appears thinner than ever.
“Let’s not discredit my years of working out,” the “Kardashians” star, 38, clapped back. “I get up 5 days a week at 6am to train.
“Please stop with your assumptions,” she continued. “I guess new year still means mean people.”
And while there have been rumors that Kim Kardashian turned to Ozempic to achieve her goal weight to fit into Marilyn Monroe’s dress, she’s never acknowledged them. Instead, comedian Heather McDonald described Kanye West’s new “wife,” Bianca Censori, as Kim “before Ozempic.”