Kris Jenner is the latest celebrity accused of using Ozempic, a Type 2 diabetes drug, to lose weight at a rapid pace.
The 67-year-old “Kardashians” star posted a slideshow on Instagram Wednesday from her trip to Italy.
The main image featured a slimmed-down Jenner in an all-white outfit that consisted of an A-line dress and small jacket.
She captioned the post, “Under the Tuscan sun 🇮🇹☀️.”
Several trolls took to the comments section to speculate whether Jenner had taken Ozempic to drop a few pounts.
“Rocking the Ozempic too?😂,” one person wrote.
“Ozempic baddie,” another added.
“Ozempic is amazing,” a third said.
A fourth, referencing the speculation that Khloé Kardashian and Kim Kardashian have also used the drug, chimed in, “The Ozempic runs deep in this family😂.”
While Jenner has not addressed the comments, Khloé, 39, has shut down the “mean” people who have called her out.
“Let’s not discredit my years of working out,” the Good American founder clapped back at a hater in January. “I get up 5 days a week at 6am to train. Please stop with your assumptions.”
She concluded at the time, “I guess new year still means mean people.”
The reality star — unlike some commenters — used her mother’s post to uplift the matriarch.
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Khloé sweetly wrote to Jenner Wednesday, “You are the most beautiful woman in the world,” receiving nearly 1,000 likes by Thursday.
While no one in the Kardashian-Jenner family has admitted to using Ozempic, there are several stars who have come forward to defend their use of the drug.
Comedian Tracy Morgan revealed on the “Today” show in August that he gives himself an injection weekly — aside from also working out at the gym.
“Real Housewives of Orange County” star Emily Simpson said on “Jeff Lewis Live” in June that she used Ozempic prior to getting liposuction but noted an adverse side-effect.
“I didn’t like the way it made me feel lethargic and it made me just not have a lot of energy, which was hard with three little kids,” the Bravolebrity, 47, said at the time, “but it does make you feel full and it does make you, for me, it was like a refresh.”
In July, renowned plastic surgeon Terry Dubrow warned of the dangers of “Ozempic shaming.”
The “Botched” doc, 64, said on Page Six’s “Virtual Reali-Tea” podcast at the time, “If somebody’s on Ozempic because they wanna lose weight, [we should] celebrate that we have a breakthrough for obesity.”