‘Little Women: Atlanta’ Star Ms. Juicy Out of ICU After Suffering Stroke

Ms Juicy (Credit: Lifetime)

Little Women: Atlanta star Ms. Juicy is currently recovering in the hospital from suffering a stroke last month.

The Lifetime reality star’s management team, Meme Agency, posted an update on its agency Instagram account after revealing last week that the 50-year-old had been admitted to the intensive care unit at a local hospital.

The latest post stated: “We are thankful to announce Ms. Juicy has been moved out of the ICU, however there is a new journey ahead of her for healing. We can confirm that Ms. Juicy did suffer a stroke.”

“As many of you know, Ms. Juicy is an amazing actress, tv personality, and host, however this journey and the journey ahead will not be easy,” the statement continued. “Ms. Juicy is a very private person and wants everyone to know she is fighting and ready to go home. She wants to thank her fans for showing so much love and keeping her in their prayers.”

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The statement also mentioned the official GoFundMe page to assist the reality star, whose full name is Shirlene King Pearson.

Her sister Tanya Evans posted a personal photo of Ms. Juicy on the page and is trying to raise $25,000 for “household and medical bills.”

The GoFundMe said Ms. Juicy went to the ICU on April 28 and is still recovering in the hospital for what the family says “will be a long road.”

“Although we don’t have a definitive date of when she will be out of the hospital and be able to get back to work, we do need your help until she recovers,” Evans shared on the page.

At the time of publication, the fundraiser had raised close to $2,500 so far.

Ms. Juicy has been on the Lifetime reality series since its premiere in 2016. She appeared as a recurring cast member in the first season before becoming a main cast member in season 2.