“Little lady” Star Mrs. Juicy Baby He is out of the intensive care unit after suffering a stroke.
Representatives of the reality TV star said TMZ She is recovering well after being removed from the ICU.
His team says he has had a stroke, and he “wants everyone to know he’s fighting and ready to go home.”
Mrs. Juicy’s sister, Ask EvansMade one GoFUndMe Raise money for her medical bills on Monday.
“Although we do not have a specific date for when he will be out of the hospital and when he will be able to return to work, we need your help until he recovers. We will appreciate whatever you can offer.”
The representative of Mrs. Juicy added, “She wants to thank her fans for showing so much love and keeping them in prayer.”
Mrs. Juicy Baby, born Charlene King Pearson, began her career as a radio personality. “The Ricky Smiley Morning Show” Atlanta, Ga.
He is best known as a cast member in Lifetime’s reality TV series “Little lady”.
Mrs. Juicy was born on January 5, 1972, with pituitary dwarfism. His age is 50