Little Women: Atlanta star Ms. Juicy Baby's reps say reality star is out of ICU after suffering a stroke

Little Women: Atlanta star Ms. Juicy Baby has been released from the intensive care unit of a hospital after suffering a stroke.

The 50-year-old reality star, according to her reps from the Meme Agency, 'did suffer a stroke' and 'has been moved out the ICU, however there is a new journey ahead of her for healing.'

The statement from the agency continued: 'As many of you know Ms Juicy is an amazing actress, TV personality, and host, however this journey and the journey ahead will not be easy.'

The latest: Little Women: Atlanta star Ms. Juicy Baby, 50, has been released from the intensive care unit of a hospital after suffering a stroke. She was snapped last year in Atlanta

The latest: Little Women: Atlanta star Ms. Juicy Baby, 50, has been released from the intensive care unit of a hospital after suffering a stroke. She was snapped last year in Atlanta 

The Corsicana, Texas-born TV personality, who was raised in Atlanta, 'is a very private person and wants everyone to know she’s fighting and ready to go home,' her reps said. 'She wants to take her fans for showing so much love and keeping her in their prayers.'

The agency directed Ms. Juicy Baby's fans to a GoFundMe fundraiser started by her sister Tanya Evans looking to raise $25,000 to help defray household and medical costs accumulated through the health crisis.

On the fundraising page, Evans identified her sibling by her real name of Shirlene King Pearson, saying that she initially suffered the stroke April 28 and remains 'in the hospital recovering for what we know will be a long road.

'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. Whatever you can give, we would deeply appreciate it. Thank you so much for keeping her and us all in your prayers; we are all truly thankful.'

The reality star, according to her reps from the Meme Agency, 'did suffer a stroke' and 'has been moved out the ICU, however there is a new journey ahead of her for healing'

The reality star, according to her reps from the Meme Agency, 'did suffer a stroke' and 'has been moved out the ICU, however there is a new journey ahead of her for healing'

Ms. Juicy Baby was initially seen as a guest star on the first season of the Lifetime series in its first season in 2016, and has been a full-time cast member in the five seasons since

 Ms. Juicy Baby was initially seen as a guest star on the first season of the Lifetime series in its first season in 2016, and has been a full-time cast member in the five seasons since

The agency directed Ms. Juicy Baby's fans to a GoFundMe fundraiser started by her sister Tanya Evans looking to raise $25,000 to help defray household and medical costs accumulated through the health crisis

The agency directed Ms. Juicy Baby's fans to a GoFundMe fundraiser started by her sister Tanya Evans looking to raise $25,000 to help defray household and medical costs accumulated through the health crisis

Production sources told TMZ last month that Ms. Juicy Baby had been focused on improving her health over the past two years, exercising and sticking to a healthy diet.

Ms. Juicy Baby was initially seen as a guest star on the first season of the Lifetime series in its first season in 2016, and has been a full-time cast member in the five seasons since.

Speaking with the South African news outlet channel24 in May of 2019, Ms. Juicy Baby, who calls herself the Queen of Atlanta, praised the positive and educational messages Little Women: Atlanta put forth.

'I love this show because it teaches and informs people about who little people are,' she said. 'We can do everything average height people can do because we are not different; we are just different in size. We have to live our lives like everybody else, and it shows that we go through the same things and the same struggles as everyone else.

'But don't come out there and treat us differently because we are smaller in stature than you are. I love this show because it shows everyone that we can do everything that they can do and even better!'

Ms. Juicy Baby's health issues come two years after her friend and castmate Ashley 'Minnie' Ross died at 34 following an auto accident in South Fulton, Georgia.

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Little Women: Atlanta star Ms. Juicy Baby is out of ICU after suffering a stroke

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