One of the cast members of the hit TV show Little People: Atlanta is in such poor health she is receiving professional care.
Shirlene ‘Ms Juicy’ King Pearson, 50, has been placed in the ICU – the intensive care unit – in a hospital in Atlanta, Georgia, according to her agency which made a post on her Instagram page.
It is not known what is ailing the reality TV star – who calls herself The Queen of Atlanta – but the news comes as a bit of a shock to her fans as Baby has been on a health kick lately, according to TMZ.
Not doing well: One of the cast members of the hit TV show Little People: Atlanta – Shirlene ‘Ms Juicy’ King Pearson, 50 – is in such poor health she is receiving professional care; seen in April 2021
Tough turn: ‘Please continue to keep Ms Juicy in your prayers. We will keep you updated with any changes,’ the note also said
The Instagram post added that the star is ‘stabilized in the ICU’. The news was shared by Ms Juicy Baby’s agency, the Meme Agency.
‘Please continue to keep Ms Juicy in your prayers. We will keep you updated with any changes,’ the note also said.
Texas-born Pearson, who has Pituitary Dwarfism, has been trying to live a healthier lifestyle for the past two years with steady exercise and a smart diet.
Ailing: She has been placed in the ICU – the intensive care unit – in a hospital in Atlanta, Georgia, according to a Friday report from TMZ. Seen in August 2021
A whole lot of drama: The star is on the hit series Little Women: Atlanta
She is best known on her show for saying ‘Jesus take the wheel,’ which has sparked several memes.
This comes after Pearson was slashed in the face with broken glass during a boozy brawl in February 2020 at Nouveau Bar & Grill in College Park, Georgia.
The horrific fight between the Little Women Atlanta cast captured on camera ended in the star requiring stitches and a CAT scan, according to TMZ.
On Lifetime’s unscripted hit series footage of the nasty throw-down showed twin sisters Amanda and Andrea Salinas in a screaming match with Abira Greene.
Trying to be good: It is not known what is ailing the reality TV star, it has been claimed, but the news comes as a bit of a shock to her fans as Baby has been on a health kick lately. Seen in August 2021
While it was unclear what led to the chaos, Abira and the Salinas sisters could be seen launching insults, and even spitting on each other, before a glass was thrown.
As Ms Juicy attempted to diffuse the frenzied attack, she ended up getting hit by a glass, which left her forehead wounded and bleeding.
‘I’m bleeding,’ the television personality cried as a pal held a paper towel to one of her injuries. ‘I got a cut, I got a cut…on my foot!’
Despite her head bleeding, she appeared in disbelief that she had walked through broken glass.
Meanwhile, one of the Salinas sisters could be seen being physically dragged out by a security guard as she yelled at the other women.
The fight included the late Ashley ‘Minnie’ Ross, who passed away in May after losing control of her car and colliding with a vehicle in the opposite lane.
Juicy world: Ms Juicy was hit in the head during a brawl as seen on LWA
A police report obtained by TMZ, at the time, revealed that Minnie lost control of her car while traveling on one side of the highway causing her to jerk the steering wheel right according to eyewitness testimony.
Police said that she briefly went off-road before abruptly swinging back to the left and colliding with another vehicle in the opposite lane. The reality star was deemed responsible for the crash.
Minnie was unresponsive at the scene and later pronounced dead. The other driver went to the hospital with complaints of pain.
Unbelievable: The horrific fight between the Little Women Atlanta cast was filmed
No alcohol or drug tests were administered to either driver and there was no autopsy performed on Minnie and she will likely be listed as dying from blunt force trauma from the accident, according to the outlet.
Ross was one of the original cast members of the Lifetime series, which began airing in 2016.
The reality show follows a group of little women living in Atlanta as they deal with drama, friendship, careers and men.
Fighting words: While it was unclear what led to the chaos, Abira and the Salinas sisters could be seen launching insults, and even spitting on each other, before a glass was thrown
Ross had starred on the main cast of all six seasons of the show.
She starred on the hit program with castmates Ms. Juicy, Briana Barlup, Tiffany ‘Monie’ Cashette, Emily Fernandez and the Salinas twins.
Ross’ castmates took to social media to share their condolences and favorite memories with the reality star.
‘This is too much too much,’ declared Ms. Juicy Baby.