Mama Jun Keeps Weight Loss Promise as She Maintains Her Figure 7 Months After Dropping 300-Lbs.

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Mama June: From Not to Hot — and still hot!

Mama Jun Shannon vowed to “never going back” to being overweight and she appears to have kept her word. The existence star, 38, was speckled in Atlanta, Georgia, on Monday, display off her trim figure 7 months after divulgence she dropped 300 lbs. in a drastic physique transformation.

For her outing, Shannon was all smiles, dressed in jaunty wear with a gray long-sleeve shirt and patterned form-fitting leggings.

Shannon appears to be progressing her weight — something she formerly told PEOPLE she designed on doing with better food decisions, practice and apportionment control after going from 460 lbs. to a distance 4 following gastric sleeve medicine in 2015.

“I can guarantee we I’m never going behind to that size. I’m happy where I’m at,” she said.

Then in February, viewers watched Shannon’s stunning transformation on WE tv’s Mama June: From Not to Hot as a mom of 4 spent upwards of $75,000 to have gastric sleeve surgery, breast augmentation and 9 lbs. of skin dismissal surgery on her “turkey neck,” “bat wings” and stomach.

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“It’s kind of crazy. A lot of people don’t commend who we am until we talk,” Shannon told PEOPLE Now in April. “It’s kind of like I’m in my possess disguise. Normally when we travel by a streets, everybody notices me, and now it’s like nobody [does].”

Instead, she’s been flash her physique with her new wardrobe.

Shannon has shown off her new distance 4 figure multiple times, stepping into a red-hot punish dress, that served as proclivity for her to attend ex Mike “Sugar Bear” Thompson’s wedding, and even sporting a propitious one-piece red showering fit for a Baywatch-inspired print shoot.

“I don’t cruise a stomach tuck or face skin dismissal ‘plastic surgery.’ we trust it’s something that creates we feel improved than we did with a skin hanging,” she formerly told PEOPLE. “It’s not like I’m Miss Plastic.”