Girl With No Job's Claudia Oshry Admits She's on Ozempic After Drastic Weight Loss: 'Of Course I'm F------ Taking It'

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Aug. 17 2023, Published 2:51 p.m. ET

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Claudia Oshry didn't hold back while acknowledging her slimmed down frame, announcing on Wednesday, August 16, that she's "obviously" been taking the weight-loss drug Ozempic.

"You thought they were going to make a weight loss drug and I wasn’t going to take it?" quipped Oshry, who is best known as the "Girl With No Job" — a title and self-made social media platform that has generated more than 3 million Instagram followers.

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"You’re dumb. Of course, I'm f------ taking it," the best-selling author confirmed while co-hosting her podcast, "The Toast."

As for why she waited roughly a year to reveal the news, Oshry said it wasn't because she was "ashamed," however, she wanted to wait until she felt "comfortable" enough to open up about it with fans.

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"When I started, I was a little embarrassed. Like, 'Oh, my God I have to inject myself with something just to get my fat a-- to stop eating,'" the media personality humorously confessed. "Other people can do it without, why can’t I? In the beginning, my decision to not share was rooted a little bit in shame."

Throughout the episode, Oshry reminded listeners she is certainly "not a doctor," and the details she provided are from what she's "learned" throughout her specific "experience."

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As a disclaimer, the 29-year-old stated: "I’m not suggesting anyone do this. I’m not suggesting anyone do anything."

"I just want to share what I’ve been doing. It’s been over a year since I decided I want to change my life. Now, I feel like I’m at a place where I’m comfortable-ish," the brunette beauty proudly expressed, admitting this isn't her "permanent weight" and she's aware of the "flexible" year she's had to ensure a successful experience with the medication.

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Ozempic isn't a forever answer for Oshry, she noted.

"One day, I will have children. I will not be able to do this. It’s what’s working for me now. That’s the only reason I’ve been, kind of, hesitant to talk about it because I don’t want to be like, 'I’ve figured it out. I’ve solved the problem for life.' I have not," the comedian dished.

While reiterating her use of Ozempic is "not a permanent thing," Oshry ended the discussion with some self-deprecating sarcasm, claiming she'll be "big and fat again" whenever she decides to stop taking the drug.


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