AceShowbiz - Ms. Juicy Baby's agency has shed a little light into her condition following reports about her health issue. On Friday, April 29, her agency confirmed that the "Little Women: Atlanta" star is currently hospitalized in ICU, but is in stable condition.
Reps for the Meme Agency, which represents Juicy, released a statement via her official Instagram account. "At this time Ms Juicy is stabilized in the ICU," it read. "The family is thankful for all the prayers and are asking for you to respect their privacy at this time."
The statement did not disclose what led to her hospitalization, but the reps added, "Please continue to keep Ms Juicy in your prayers." They went on promising, "We will keep you updated with any changes."
News of Juicy's hospitalization began to swirl on Thursday. According to The Neighborhood Talk, the reality TV star was hospitalized in a coma. The news outlet additionally heard that she may have suffered a heart attack or stroke.
Meanwhile, production sources tell TMZ that Juicy had no known serious health issues. She reportedly had been focusing on her health over the last two years, working out and eating healthy.
Juicy continues to receive outpouring support from her fans and friends, with one writing underneath the post on her Instagram page, "Praying for you." Another responded to the statement, "Thank you so very much for her update! Still praying constantly." A third added, "Spending prayers and love!"
Juicy, whose real name is Shirlene King Pearson, is a cast member and executive producer on Lifetime's reality television show "Little Women: Atlanta". She has stated that she hopes the show "teaches and informs people about who little people are."
The self-proclaimed The Queen of Atlanta is known for her signature catchphrases like "I'm The Queen of Atlanta Boo," "Jesus Take the Wheel," "Heeeeeey" and "It's Ms. Juicy Baby." Her striking appearance is often marked by brightly colored hair and wide eyes.