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Ms. Juicy Baby Released From Hospital After Stroke

The ‘Little Women: Atlanta’ had been in intensive care before she became stable enough to leave.

Little Women: Atlanta star Ms. Juicy Baby is recovering after suffering a serious stroke.

According to TMZ, she’s back home but still not 100 percent. Last month, BET News reported that the reality star had been hospitalized. Subsequently, it was revealed that a stroke caused her hospitalization, which included days of intensive care.

TMZ reports that Ms. Juicy’s representation hasn’t provided any medical updates on what doctor’s say caused the stroke or its impact on her physical and/or mental health.

The Texas native, 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, according to the Daily Mail. “She wants to take her fans for showing so much love and keeping her in their prayers.”

Ms. Juicy’s sister, Tanya Evans, has been crowdsourcing with a GoFundMe seeking $25,000 for medical bills, which have been piling up since her stroke.

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From viral clips and memes, Ms. Juicy Baby quickly rose to fame as a part of the Little Women franchise with signature catchphrases like “Jesus Take the Wheel” and “It’s Ms. Juicy Baby.”

At the time of her initial hospitalization Ms. Juicy’s family expressed their appreciation for fans' well-wishes and asked supporters to keep her in their thoughts, according to reps from the Meme Agency.

Ms. Juicy was a close friend and co-star to Ashley "Minnie" Ross, who tragically died in a car crash in 2020. Minnie was 34 years old.

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