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Kandi Burruss Clears Up Diet Pill Weight Loss Rumors, "It's a Lie"

by Wanda J Coppage   Apr 26, 2016 12:41 PM EDT

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It's been a little over three months since Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker welcomed their baby boy, Ace Wells Tucker into the world and if you had the pleasure of watching The Real Housewives of Atlanta Reunion special, then you saw just how quickly Kandi got he body back in shape and looks amazing. Recent social media posts and shared advertisements suggests that the new mom achieved her weight loss in a fraudulent manner, with the use of a pill but, Kandi wants fans to know "it's a lie."

Burruss took to Instagram to shed some light on a few rumors that have been floating around the net with headlines that read something like, "REAL HOUSEWIVES DRAMA! NENE DESTROYS KANDI WITH SHOCKING PROOF! 'MAGIC PILL' TRANSFORMATION LEAKED!" as seen on Facebook. The articles and advertisements basically allude to the fact that RHOA castmate, NeNe Leakes, obtained information that Burruss had been taking a diet pill since the birth of her son, which prompted the drastic weight loss.

Burruss addressed this on Tuesday, April 26, in a post that read, "it's crazy how people can just use your name for false advertisement," the Kandi Koated Nights creator wrote on Instagram. "A few people asked me about a diet pill that they saw was advertised that had my name as a user. I have not used any diet pill to lose weight after my pregnancy. "

The former Xscape member wanted fans to know that she would never take any type of supplement as of right now because she is still breastfeeding baby Ace, after only have the baby almost four months ago on January 1, according to E! Online. She urged how important it is to be careful of what she puts in her body as it could effect her baby and she didn't want any other mother who is currently breastfeeding to think that it's ok do take supplements while breastfeeding.

Burruss didn't express that she found anything wrong with taking a diet supplement, she just wanted people to know that for her, it's not how she lost her weight and in the event that she does choose to take something and promote something, the confirmation would come directly from her so there would be no confusion.

In the meantime, Burruss wants fans to know that whatever is being posted online, "it's a lie & false advertisement! Do no buy it!"



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