Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s daughter Gracie is standing by her Ozempic use amid her struggles with polycystic ovary syndrome.
After the 26-year-old posted bikini pics via Instagram last week, she told haters that there was “no need to accuse” her of using the Type II diabetes drug as she has been “open” about it.
“I did use Ozempic last year, yes,” Gracie wrote in the comments section.
“I am now on a low dose of Mounjaro for my PCOS as well as working out,” she continued.
The social media clapback comes one year after Gracie revealed her PCOS diagnosis.
“To get the correct diagnosis you would need 2 out of the 5 characteristics of PCOS and I had 4,” the singer told her Instagram followers in March 2022.
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She noted, “During my appointment with my endocrinologist, I realized that may had been a factor in my issues with weight, so we decided to try a medicine to regulate my body more normally and create the tools to continue to keep my body and myself healthy as I get older.”
The performer clarified at the time that she had been prescribed “Qysmia and Ozempic,” with the weight loss drugs giving her “a body [she hadn’t] had in years.”
“Sending love to those who are struggling with something similar or literally anything at all,” she concluded. “It’s a long road but we can get through it.”
Gracie is the eldest of McGraw and Hill’s children, with the country singers also sharing daughters Maggie, 24, and Audrey, 21.
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