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Little Women: Atlanta Star Ms. Juicy has sad health news

The health problems of “Little Women: Atlanta” star Shirlene Pearson are worrying fans. The reality personality fondly nicknamed Ms. Juicy was admitted to the ICU. Its representatives, Meme Agency, posted an announcement on Instagram On April 29, 2022, she will share her status with fans. “Mrs Juicy is currently in ICU stabilized,” the statement read in part. They also thanked fans for praying for the reality star before asking for privacy for her and her family. “Please keep Ms Juicy in your prayers. We will keep you informed of any changes.”

At the time, the reason behind Ms Juicy’s hospital stay was unknown. People originally contacted Meme Agency for a health update, but her team ran out of news to share. Per TMZ, the reality star has prioritized her health and exercising regularly, so the scary news came as a surprise. Now more information has been revealed as to why she was hospitalized.

Ms Juicy’s family has revealed she has suffered a stroke

on May 10 Instagram post, Ms Juicy’s office told fans about her hospital stay. “Mrs Juicy is still in ICU and appreciates your prayers and get well wishes,” the statement began. Her representatives also shared words from the reality star herself. “Mrs. Juicy says, ‘I’m still the Queen of Atlanta.'” The post’s caption appeared to have been written by the star herself and ruled out any speculation about her situation.

Ms. Juicy’s sister Tanya Evans also spread rumors about her health problems. She created a gofundme to raise money for her accrual accounts. On the Gofundme page, she revealed that Ms Juicy suffered a stroke on April 28 and is still recovering. “She has just been released from ICU but is still in hospital recovering from what will be a long road,” the announcement read in part. The Gofundme currently has a goal of raising $25,000.

Evans was candid about the support the reality star will need once she’s back on her feet. “While we don’t have a definite date when she will be out of the hospital and able to return to work, we need your help until she recovers.”


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