‘Little Women: Atlanta’ Star Ms. Juicy Baby Reportedly Stabilized In ICU

The agency that represents “Little Women: Atlanta” star Ms. Juicy Baby has confirmed she’s currently hospitalized in the ICU. Details inside…

In very unfortunate news, “Little Women: Atlanta” star Ms. Juicy Baby has been hospitalized in ICU.

Rumors started circulating on social media that Ms. Juicy Baby had allegedly suffered a stroke or a heart attack and was in a coma.

Soon after, reps from the Meme Agency – who represents the reality star – announced on social media that Ms. Juicy Baby is stabilized in the ICU. In the statement, her family said they are thankful for everyone’s prayers and they’ve asked her fans and supporters to respect their privacy while still continuing to keep her in their prayers.




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"At this time Ms Juicy is stabilized in the ICU," the agency wrote on her official IG account. "The family is thankful for all the prayers and are asking for you to respect their privacy at this time. Please continue to keep Ms Juicy in your prayers. We will keep you updated with any changes. ⁃ Meme Agency."

Whenever the family receives new information about her health status, they plan to share with her fans.

It’s currently unclear what caused her hospitalization.

Shirlene "Ms.Juicy Baby” King Pearson stole the heart of millions when she burst onto the radio scene as a member of “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show” back in 2008. She then moved on to star on LIFETIME’s “Little Women: Atlanta” where she often served up viral moments, including creating popular catchphrases like “It’s Ms. Juicy Baby!” and “Jesus Take the Wheel!”

Over the last few weeks…

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Ms. Juicy Baby has been promoting tickets to the "Healthy Hearts" event set to go down in Atlanta next month. 


Last Summer, she appeared on Nick Cannon’s “Wild ’N Out” where she held it down for the black squad:

Prayers that she makes a speedy recovery!

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