Kyle Richards Of “The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills” Denied Accusations That She Used Ozempic To Lose Weight 

January 18, 2023 / Posted by:

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has been going through a cast shake-up due to the last season being a not-fun-to-watch mess, but it looks like OG/Queen Bee who’s allergic to bees, Kyle Richards is safe. She’s best known for feuding with her sisters, Kathy Hilton and Kim Richards–who’ve both been on the show–and starting drama between the other women but walking away an innocent victim who just somehow happened to get caught in the crossfire. But it looks like in her RHOBH downtime, she decided to inadvertently give everyone something to talk about by posting a bikini pic to her Instagram stories. It didn’t go well, as it usually doesn’t, and many accused Kyle of taking type 2 diabetes drugs to achieve her recently more svelte physique.

Drugs like Ozempic, Mounjaro, and Wegovy are the new “Master Cleanse” when it comes to celeb weight loss–Khloé “new everything, who dis?Kardashian’s been accused of and denied using them as well–and at this point, lots of people pretty much just assume every celeb’s taking them, even if they deny it. Page Six covered Kyle posting her slimmed-down bikini selfie, and their Instagram comment section lit up with people accusing her of using these drugs and/or plastic surgery to achieve her results. Kyle came to her own defense and replied that she’s never taken OZEMPIC. Though notably absent from her comment were the several other drugs that function the same way as Ozempic does. I see you, Kyle. via Us Weekly:

After showing off her ripped figure, Kyle Richards is denying that she had help slimming down.

“I am NOT taking Ozempic. Never have,” the 54-year-old Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star commented on Page Six’s Instagram on Monday, January 16. (Ozempic is a medicine developed for adults with type 2 diabetes.)

And then she listed off her admitted plastic surgeries as an offering to the torch-wielding Instagram honesty-seekers. 

While replying to another Instagram user, Richards added: “I have never tried ozempic and this is not from plastic surgery. I did have a breast reduction in May. I’m honest about what I do. But if giving plastic surgery the credit makes you feel better then pop off sister 😘.”

Here’s the bikini pic she posted in her story:

And her coming to cape for herself:

People had already been accusing her of using ‘beetus drugs in her comment section when she posted about accountability and working out last week, so she had to have seen this coming when she posted her bikini lewk:

It’s not lost on me that she called someone she was squaring off within the comments “sister” since, in her world, her sisters are her sworn adversaries. But, considering what some of her career criminal Bravo-mates (see: supervillain Jen Shah) have been up to, let Kyle post these sorry thirst traps in peace. She’s got a husband with “a peen that’s maybe wandered a few times, but it’s ok because he’s a real estate magnate” to hold on to!

Pic: BauerGriffin/ Images

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