Kyle Richards told her fans and followers on Instagram that her car had “jokes” after it seemingly gave a nod to her feud with Ken Todd on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in season nine.
Years after Ken kicked Kyle out of his and Lisa Vanderpump‘s Beverly Hills mansion, Villa Rosa, amid their Puppy Gate feud, which ultimately ended the ladies’ friendship, Kyle was met with a message on the dashboard of her car, which referenced the iconic Real Housewives moment.
“Goodbye, Kyle … Vehicle will shutdown in [one] minute,” the message read.
And in the caption of a photo she shared of the message, Kyle asked, “Really, now my car got jokes?”
In other news, Kyle, as well as Tamra Judge and Jackie Goldschneider, were seen reacting to an Instagram post about Ozempic, the diabetes medication people have been using for weight loss, shared by PEOPLE.
“Medications intended for type 2 diabetes and clinical obesity — like Ozempic, Wegovy and Mounjaro — are trending on social media as drugs for quick weight loss,” read the caption to the outlet’s post. “However, some have reported the drugs cause an aged appearance, a side effect that is dubbed ‘Ozempic face.’”
Following the sharing of the post, Kyle, who’s been accused of using the drug for weight loss, and her fellow wives were seen “liking” the post.
Tamra and Jackie were also seen speaking of the medication in the comments section of PEOPLE’s post.
“I think that happens anytime you lose a significant amount of body fat. However, Ozempic is not the way to do it! Leave for the people that need it,” Tamra stated.
Then, after Jackie called the drug “an eating disorder in a needle,” Tamra agreed.
“That’s what I said! I can’t believe anyone would put this in their body for anything other than diabetes,” she shared. “It’s not a forever thing and when these girls stop they will go into depression or [a] severe eating disorder.”
“I could talk about this ALL DAY. I can’t imagine what will happen if people need to suddenly stop. It’s awful,” Jackie added.
After being accused of using Ozempic to lose weight, Kyle appeared on Tamra and Teddi Mellencamp‘s podcast, Two T’s in a Pod, where she addressed the rumor.
“Apparently a lot of people think I’m taking Ozepmic. To clarify, I’ve never taken Ozempic, never tried Ozempic. And I’m not taking [Mounjaro]. None of that, zero, zilch, none,” she insisted.
Instead, Kyle said she cut sugar, carbs, and alcohol from her diet last summer and has continued to abstain from alcohol in the months since.
“I was losing weight, I was working out every single day, and I started losing weight and I felt so good I’m like, ‘Why would I go back to that?’ So I still have not had alcohol at all. I’ll have a bite of birthday cake here and there kind of thing but that’s it,” she confirmed.