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We have an update from Shirlene “Ms. Jucy” Pearson

And, thanks, it’s a positive one.

In a statement posted on her Instagram page on Monday, Miss Juicy’s representatives confirmed that the Little Women: Atlanta star was no longer in the ICU.

He had previously been transferred to a different part of the hospital after suffering a stroke, a development we reported a week ago.


The statement said, “We are grateful for Miss Juicy’s removal from the ICU, but she has a new journey ahead of her to recover.” “We can confirm that Mrs. Juicy had a stroke.”

The longtime reality star also sent a message via this same representative:

“Mrs. Juicy is a very personal person and everyone wants to know that she is fighting and ready to go home.

“He wants to thank his fans for showing so much love and keeping them in prayer.”

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On April 29, a post on Mrs. Juicy’s Instagram page stated that she had been “stabilized in the ICU.”

No reason for hospitalization was known then.

The account released a quote from Mrs. Juicy on Saturday, though, while still in the ICU. And it was the classic Mrs. Juicy.

“I’m still the Queen of Atlanta Bur,” the TLC personality said.

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It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

“Household and medical bills are being paid,” reads the description on this page, which has so far risen just under $ 4,000.

“He has just been transferred from the ICU but is still recovering in the hospital which we know will go a long way.

“Although we do not have a specific date for when he will be out of the hospital and will be able to return to work, we need your help until he recovers.

“Whatever you can give, we will deeply appreciate it. Thank you so much for keeping him and all of us in your prayers; we are all really grateful.”

Ms. Juicy

Miss. Juicy Little Women: Atlanta was a guest on the first season before becoming a full-time cast member in Season 2.

She appeared in the series through Season 6, which aired in 2021 … and where Little Women: Atlanta star Ashley “Mini” Ross was shown a legitimate tragedy after being killed in a hit-and-run car accident.

The incident took place in April 2020.

Ross is 34 years old, and he was a close friend of Mrs. Juicy.

Ms. Juicy on TV

A representative for last year’s show said:

“[Ross] He was the most beautiful, kind, generous, generous man.

“He was admired by the cast and crew because he always wore his heart in his hands.

“He will do nothing for those he loves.”

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