The 50-year-old is now “stable” in the intensive care unit and her family is asking fans to keep her in their “prayers”.
A statement posted to Juicy’s Instagram on Friday read: “At this time, Ms. Juicy has been stabilized in the Intensive Care Unit.
“The family is grateful for all the prayers and asks you to respect their privacy at this time.
“Please continue to keep Mrs. Juicy in your prayers. We will keep you posted on any changes.”
TMZ reported that it is not known why the reality star was hospitalized, but it is said that she has been focusing more on her health in the past two years.
Sources said the TV star has reformed her lifestyle as she exercises and eats healthy food.
The outlet reported that Ms. Juicy – whose real name is Shirlene King Pearson – does not have serious health problems.
Her fans flooded the comments of her recent posts with their good wishes, with one writing: “We pray for a speedy recovery.”
Another added, “Send so much love, I know you can get through this.”
Mrs. Josie is the self-proclaimed Queen of Atlanta, known on Lifetime for her famous phrases such as “I’m the Queen of Atlanta boo”, “Jesus takes the wheel”, “Heyyy” and “It’s Mrs. Jussie Baby”.
Back in February 2020, the radio personality and talent manager got involved in a fight with her young women: the Atlanta actresses that put her in the hospital.
She was trying to act as a peacemaker in a brawl between twin sisters Amanda and Andrea Salinas against Abera Green.
Mrs. Josie ended up getting a cut in the face with a glass, leaving a wound on her forehead.
The reality star yelled, “I’m bleeding. I had a cut…in my foot,” while a friend held a paper towel over her injuries.
She was taken to the emergency room where she got a CT scan and stitches.
Juicy’s friend and costar Ashley “Minnie” Ross was also there when the fight took place.
She passed away two months later at the age of 34.
It was originally believed that the Mini was the victim of a hit-and-run accident, but The Sun exclusively revealed that her Nissan Sentra “hit the right curb, lost control of the vehicle, crossed into the northern travel lanes and collided with a Ford Focus directly on”.
Minnie was “seriously injured” and was taken to the area hospital for treatment, where she succumbed to her injuries.
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