Little Women: Atlanta Star Ms. Juicy Has Sad Health News

"Little Women: Atlanta" star Shirlene Pearson's health issues have fans worried. The reality personality who has been lovingly nicknamed Ms. Juicy was checked into the ICU. Her representatives, Meme Agency, posted an announcement on Instagram sharing her status with fans on April 29, 2022. "At this time Ms. Juicy is stabilized in the ICU," 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 continue to keep Ms Juicy in your prayers. We will keep you updated with any changes."

At the time, the reason behind Ms. Juicy's hospital stay was unknown. People originally reached out to Meme Agency for a health update, but her team did not have more news to share. Per TMZ, the reality star has been prioritizing her health and working out regularly, which is why the scary news came as a surprise. Now, more information about why she was hospitalized has been revealed.

Ms. Juicy's family revealed that she suffered a stroke

In a May 10 Instagram post, Ms. Juicy's agency updated fans on her hospital stay "Ms. Juicy is still in the ICU and appreciates your prayers and well wishes," the statement began. Her representatives also shared words from the reality star herself. "Ms. Juicy states, 'I'm still the Queen of Atlanta boo.'" The caption of the post appeared to be written by the star herself and shut down any speculation on her situation.

Ms. Juicy's sister Tanya Evans also laid rumors to rest about her health issues. She created a Gofundme to raise money for her mounting bills. On the Gofundme page, she revealed that Ms. Juicy suffered a stroke on April 28 and is still in recovery. "She has just been moved from ICU but is still in the hospital recovering for what we know will be a long road," her announcement read in part. The Gofundme currently has a goal of raising $25,000.

Evans got candid about the support the reality star will need as she gets back on her feet. "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."