Golnesa GG Gharachedaghi from Shahs Of Sunset shared two stunning photos on Instagram Tuesday.
The 41 year old was seen in a skimpy, one-piece bathing costume with a blue and white stripe design.
The reality TV star admitted that she used the pictures as a “thirsttrap” to attract a partner.
The raven-haired actress wrote in her caption on social media: ‘Currently accepting applications for my new relationship #ThirstTrappin’
In June, she provided an update to her fans about her ‘weight-loss journey’ using the diabetes drug Ozempic.
Slim is in: Shahs Of Sunset star Golnesa ‘GG’ Gharachedaghi shared two stunning images to Instagram on Tuesday. The 41 year old was seen in a skimpy thong bikini, consisting of mauve crocheted shorts and a palm print top.
Ozempic is the latest way to shed pounds. It has caused a heated debate, with those who see it as a legit method of weight loss and those that feel it should only be for those in medical need.
When GG announced in February that she was on Ozempic, she received a furious backlash but was undeterred and kept up the injections.
However she revealed on Instagram that she decided to dial back her treatments at the end of April, upon discovering she had lost ‘more weight than I was anticipating’ and fallen from 138lbs to 111lbs.
Breezily telling the ‘haters’ to ‘kiss my ribs, b****,’ she declared that she is still in favor of Ozempic as an ‘easy route’ to shed unwanted fat.
She showed her trim midriff by going topless and removing her bra. She marveled how ‘viral” she was for using Ozempic (aka Semaglutide).
GG said that he was 138 pounds when he started taking Semaglutide. “I’m about 110lbs now?” You can see that I’ve lost more weight than expected.
GG recalled that: ”I only decided to weigh myself the days before my injections. I wanted to keep a record. On April 30 I got on the weighing scale and saw 111lbs. Then I realized: “It was time to reduce my intake.”
Then, she said she started to ‘cut down on units’ and ‘go backwards and forwards’ until she was able to focus on just maintenance.
Hello sailor. She also appeared in a one-piece bathing costume with a nautical theme. The reality television dynamo admitted the images were a ‘thirsttrap’ but she was using to lure in a friend.
GG reflected, “Will I be able to get off it?” Maybe. Can I get my money back? Maybe. Now, I like the way I feel. It’s working for me. I recommend it to anyone who is having trouble losing weight or wants an “easy way.”
Her new video is coming months after she was slammed by fans for admitting that she has been taking Ozempic.
GG posted an Instagram video on March 1st and stated that she was not going to lie like other celebrities about using the drug.
GG explained how she has been taking a drug called Ozempic [Semaglutide] It is used to treat high blood glucose in those with type 2 diabetes.
Golnesa was known as G.G. on the Bravo reality series Shahs of Sunset 2012
The popular show follows six young Persian-Americans in Beverly Hills. Ryan Seacrest Productions produced the show for Bravo.
G.G. Her parents, who married in Iran in 1975 and moved to the United States in 1975, raised her in Los Angeles.
Gharachedaghi provided an update to her fans on June regarding her ‘weight-loss journey’ using the diabetes drug Ozempic
Honest: GG explained how she has been taking shots of a drug called, Semoglutide, which is commonly used to control high blood sugar in individuals with type 2 diabetes
Her father runs one of the West Coast’s most successful boutique architectural firms, and her mother is in the Los Angeles textiles and garment industry.
GG trained as a gymnast in high school to compete on the 1996 Olympic Games Atlanta team.
G.G., after deciding that she didn’t want to pursue an amateur or a professional career in sports, decided not to. After completing high school in Los Angeles, G.G. went on to study at Loyola Marymount University.
She was certified in addiction treatment and counseling, and then helped to establish a half-way house for people with alcohol or drug dependency.
GG started designing a couture collection. G.G. was founded by her and her sister.’s extensions, which offers premium human and synthetic hair extensions.