However, Golnesa is not the only celebrity in the Bravo-verse talking about Ozempic, as four months ago, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards denied the claims that he also took the medicine.
the Halloween is over The actress responded to a user under a Jan. 5 Instagram photo of herself and her girlfriends—including the former Real Housewife Teddy Mellencamp-after an exercise, write, “I am NOT on ozempic.”
In the second comment, Kyle said, “Not yet.”
However, the reality star credits a lean diet and intense exercise routine for his body changes.
“Like I said, it’s not Ozempic or anything else that starts with an ‘M,'” Kyle shared on Amazon Live in January. “I changed my diet after we were in Europe for a month. We were in Europe for three weeks and then in Australia for a week, and I gained weight, and I was like, ‘ Okay, that’s it.’ No sugar, no carbohydrates, no alcohol.”
When E! News previously reached for comment, a rep for Novo Nordisk shared that Ozempic “is not approved for chronic weight management.” The brand statement says it is intended to treat type 2 diabetes, improve blood sugar and reduce the risk of major cardiovascular events for adults with the condition.
(E! and Bravo are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)