Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner rails against Ozempic ads on NYC subway

Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner speaks out against Game of Thrones ads ;Ozempic in the New York subway


“WTF?” “, writes Sophie Turner in an ephemeral publication shared on Instagram. The reason for the 'Game of Thrones' star's anger? The large ads for Ozempic (those weight loss injections) on the New York subway.

Sophie Turner revealed, in 2019, that she had had serious eating disorders as a teenager, which had led her to contemplate the idea of ​​suicide.  

On can therefore understand why the 27-year-old actress and mother rails against advertisements touting the weight loss benefits of Ozempic injections, moreover, in a place as familiar as the subway. 

She did not hesitate to relay to her 14.5 million Instagram subscribers on Monday the photos of a New Yorker who wrote: “These Ozempic advertisements covering the walls of the Time Square station can fuck off”. 

Diabetes treatment

Originally developed to treat diabetes, Ozempic has seen many Hollywood stars – such as comedian Chelsea Handler – turn to it to shed their extra pounds.  

This new ad campaign seems to tap into people's weight loss craze. The posters read as follows: “A weekly injection to lose weight.

“I still have days when I feel down or anxious,” the “Staircase” actress admitted in a recent interview. It's manageable now – I have the tools. I know what is good for me and what is not. I know what I need to do to put myself in a good frame of mind.

She didn't hesitate to say that her husband, singer Joe Jonas, helped her heal. “I think he kind of saved my life, in a way,” she told The Sunday Times Magazine.