Little Women: Atlanta star Ms. Juicy Baby surprised fans by posting how she walked up and down a step without using her cane nearly four months after her stroke.
Ms. Juicy Baby has undergone physical therapy and decided to update fans on her process. She captioned the 46 second video: “A little look at #physicaltherapy today #stairs #msjuicybaby without the #cain #working #moretocome [prayer hands emoji] in progress.”
Fans were delighted with her progress and left words of encouragement under the reality TV star’s video.
“Let’s Go! We Love You”
“I keep praying for you, Ms. Juicy”
“Go on, stay strong, God has your whole back”
“Continue to enforce Ms. Juicy, you are doing a great job!”
“Keep working hard Juicy, you’ve got the greatest support system behind you.”
Ms Juicy previously sent fans into a frenzy in May after her team confirmed she had been hospitalized and placed in intensive care. Although her team kept the public updated on her progress, friends and family were still concerned and sent their prayers.
Ms. Juicy, officially known as Shirlene Pearson, made her Instagram debut later that month to thank those who sent congratulations. She appeared to sit in a chair as she explained her condition and how she was holding herself.
“I’m not 100 percent yet, but I’m still healing.” She continued to talk about the effects of the stroke on her body and memory.
“I couldn’t remember anything, nothing. I can’t even drive at the moment. I have to learn a lot of new things, including how to brush my teeth.”
Ms. Juicy Baby’s co-star and close friend Monie Cashette sent congratulations under one of Ms. Juicy’s Instagram posts a few days ago.
“Yeah back and better than ever. You look so good!”
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