Sophie Turner is livid over the fact that Ozempic ads targeting weight loss are being plastered all over New York City subway stations.
The Game of Thrones alum re-shared an Instagram post to her Stories late Monday that featured pictures of the ads and read, The ozempic ads plastered across the Times Square subway station can fk all the way off.
Turner added above the post on her Instagram Story, “WTF.”
While Ozempic was initially developed as a diabetes treatment, many Hollywood stars such as Chelsea Handler and “RHONJ” star Jennifer Fessler have turned to it to shed unwanted pounds.
This new ad campaign appears to have capitalized on the weight-loss craze, as the posters read, “A shot weekly to lose weight.”
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Turner, 27, has candidly detailed her past struggles with an eating disorder, which were so severe that she had to have a live-in therapist to “ensure I wasnt doing anything unhealthy with my eating habits,” she told Elle in May 2022.
I still have days when I feel depressed or anxious, the “Staircase” actress admitted. Its manageable now I have the tools. I know whats good for me and whats not good for me. I know what I have to do to get myself in a good headspace.
Turner first revealed her eating disorder in 2019 and shared that her issues began when she was a teen. They became so severe she stopped menstruating and she eventually became suicidal.
She credited now-husband Joe Jonas with helping her heal.
He was, like, I cant be with you until you love yourself, I cant see you love me more than you love yourself. That was something, him doing that, she told The Sunday Times Magazine.
I think he kind of saved my life, in a way.
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