MARIETTA, Ga. — A star on Lifetime's 'Little Women: Atlanta' is in for a "long road" to recovery after a visit to the intensive care unit last month, according to her family, who said she remains in the hospital in better condition.
According to a statement from her team that was posted to her Instagram account last Friday, Shirlene 'Ms. Juicy' Pearson is now stable.
"The family is thankful for all the prayers and are asking for your to respect their privacy at this time," the post reads.
At the time, Ms. Juicy's team did not specify why she was being hospitalized, but they stated they planned to keep the public updated if anything changes regarding her condition.
In an online fundraiser created Monday, her sister Tanya Evans revealed Ms. Juicy suffered a stroke.
"Thank you so much for keeping her and us all in your prayers," Evans wrote.
The reality television star has been moved from the ICU since the medical episode, according to Evans. But her family said she is still "in the hospital recovering for what we know will be a long road."
Lifetime debuted its sixth season of 'Little Women: Atlanta' in 2021, chronicling the cast members' journey as they came together with the common goal of making their mark on the Atlanta hip hop industry.
The cast lost one member back in 2020, after 34-year-old Ashley 'Ms. Minnie' Ross was killed in an April car crash. Ms. Juicy and Ms. Minnie were known to be close friends.