Social media accounts belonging to Shirlene Pearson have shared some grave news about the Little Women: Atlanta star. Apparently, Ms. Juicy Baby, as she’s lovingly known, is hospitalized in the intensive care unit.
“At this time, Ms. Juicy is stabilized in the ICU. The family is thankful for all the prayers and are asking for you to respect their privacy at this time,” the post said. “Please continue to keep Ms. Juicy in your prayers. We will keep you updated with any changes.”
The same post was first shared by Meme Agency, which reportedly represents Ms. Juicy Baby. At this time, it’s unclear why she was hospitalized or how long she’s been in the ICU.
Ms. Juicy Baby first popped out on the Lifetime reality show in 2016. The show tells the life stories of a group of women seemingly diagnosed with dwarfism. From relationships to health issues and career changes, the cast of women, including Tiny Twinz Amanda and Andrea Salinas, Tiffany ‘Monie’ Cashette, Abria and Ashley ‘Minnie’ Ross.
Ms. Juicy Baby initially appeared as a recurring guest, before Lifetime added her to the main cast in season two. She remained on the show through season six. She captured audiences with memorable lines like “I’m the Queen of Atlanta boo” and “It’s Ms. Juicy Baby.”
Little Women: Atlanta’s Minnie Passes Away From Car Accident
Last year, Little Women: Atlanta lost one of their own: Ashley ‘Minnie’ Ross. South Fulton County Police Department released a statement at the time of her death. They confirmed the reality TV star was killed in a head-on car collision after hitting a curb and crossing into oncoming traffic.
This is a developing story. Stick with us for updates. In the meantime, let’s put some good energy in the air for Ms. Juicy Baby and her family during this uncertain time.
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