“When I had a lipo, I said so!” Amy Schumer SLAMS celebrities ‘lie’ about taking Ozempic and reveals she took weight-loss drug a year ago but it left her ‘skinny and too sick’ to play with her son
Amy Schumer has slammed celebrities who lied about taking Ozempic weight-loss drug and revealed her own experiences with the drug.
The actress, 42, told stars to ‘stop hiding’ from taking the diabetes drug during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on Thursday.
The star also revealed her experiences on Ozempic, which left her ‘skinny’ and ‘sick’ – preventing her from playing with her three-year-old son Gene.
She said: ‘You’re on Ozempic or any of those things or you’ve done work. Stopped’ [hiding their use of the Type II diabetes drug.]
‘Be real with people. When I had lipo, I said I had lipo. Schumer underwent liposuction in January 2022 and dropped to 170 pounds.
Candid: Amy Schumer slammed celebrities for lying about taking Ozempic weight-loss drug and revealed her own experiences with the drug (pictured last year)
Her Gene: The star revealed she took Ozempic “a year ago” and although she saw immediate results, semaglutide was not “liveable” as a weight loss option. She said: ‘I was one of those people who felt so sick and couldn’t play with my son’
The star revealed she took Ozempic “a year ago” and although she saw immediate results, semaglutude was not “liveable” as a weight loss option.
She said: “I was one of those people who felt so sick and couldn’t play with my son.
‘I was so skinny, and he throws a ball at me, and [I couldn’t].’
Ozempic has recently become a trendy method for weight loss, sparking a heated debate between those who see it as a legitimate way to lose weight and those who think it should be reserved for people in medical need.
Shahs of Sunset star Golnesa “GG” Gharachedaghi recently gave an update on her “weight loss journey” with diabetes drug Ozempic.
When GG, 41, announced in February that she was on Ozempic, she received a backlash but was undeterred and kept the shots going.
However, she revealed on Instagram this week that she decided to call back her treatments at the end of April, after discovering that she had lost “more weight than I had expected” and had dropped from 138 pounds at 111 pounds.
Casually telling “haters” to “kiss my ribs, b****,” she said she was still in favor of Ozempic as an “easy way” to shedding unwanted fat.
Role model: The 42-year-old actress told stars to ‘stop hiding’ from taking the diabetes drug during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on Thursday’
Staying up to date: Shahs of Sunset star Golnesa ‘GG’ Gharachedaghi recently gave her fans an update on her “weight loss journey” with the diabetes drug Ozempic
She showed off her cut belly as she went topless over her bra and marveled at how she had gone ‘viral’ for using Ozempic, aka Semaglutide.
“When I started Semaglutide injections I was 138 pounds,” GG said. ‘I now weigh about 110 pounds? As you can see, I lost a little more weight than I expected to lose.
GG recalled: ”I decided that I would only weigh myself on the days of my injections, just to document it. And on April 30, I stepped on the scale and saw 111 pounds. That’s when I knew, ‘It’s time to cut back.’
At that point, she said, she started “reducing the number of units and backing off until finally now I’m just doing maintenance.”
GG thought, ‘Am I going to make it? Maybe. Will I get it all back? Maybe. But for now, I’m enjoying my looks. I appreciate what he does for me. I encourage it to anyone who is struggling to lose weight and wants the “easy way”.