Sidora appeared to take notes from her “RHOA” co-stars Kenya Moore and Kandi Burruss’ weight loss journeys by uploading her own image, one she captioned, “Once u master self-control & detachment… nobody can phase you 💋.” This upload came a day after the “Step Up” actress shared a similar glam photo in the all-white ensemble.
Although the mother of three didn’t address her weight loss in the initial caption, she has been incredibly vocal and open about her weight loss experience on social media. Earlier this year, she gave fans an inside look into how she lost 10 pounds in weeks by posting a video of herself alongside her husband, Ralph Pittman Jr., working out with a trainer at a private gym. The clip shows Sidora hitting the climbing machine and pumping weights while doing crunches.
As fans viewed Sidora’s initial glam shot, many instantly complimented with how “snatched” she looks.
“Drew you look 💣🔥.”
“She looks great and snatched! Yasssss for the glow up.”
“Now this is what I call a second season snatch!!!! 🔥🔥🔥🔥 @drewsidora #RHOA.”
“Your stomach is flat now!!!!”
An Instagram user even brought up how Sidora’s new look is a form of revenge to those who poked fun at her fuller figure in the past. That person said, “You better clap back for ALL the trash some of them heffas brought. ❣💃🏾”
Sidora’s weight and figure was an ongoing topic during the last season of “RHOA.” Things came to a head after her co-star Kenya Moore tweeted that the actress needed a tummy tuck — while reposting a photo from the show of Sidora looking bloated — following Sidora’s comments on Moore’s alleged “plastic surgery” during an all-girls trip to New Orleans.
Following that incident, Sidora revealed why she appeared to have a bloated midsection during an interview with Page Six. She disclosed she suffered from adenomyosis, a condition marked by the endometrial tissue that lines the uterus growing into the uterine walls. It can cause several complications, including chronic pelvic pain.
Sidora told the publication that she might need a hysterectomy following her 2020 diagnosis as she shared how “serious” this journey is for her. She said, “What I’m dealing with as a woman, as a mother … this is serious for me.”