Mrs. Juicy is alive.
And We willAnyway?
It’s all a different matter together.
About a month after being hospitalized for a stroke, the Little Women: Atlanta star announced Friday that she has been released from medical care and is back home.
Even so, owning one is still beyond the reach of the average person.
“I’m not 100 percent but I’m still healing,” explained Charlene Pearson.
“It’s to let all my fans, all my supporters, know that I’ve been released from the hospital. I’m at home.”
Mrs. Juicy was admitted to the hospital on 28 April after suffering from memory loss which affected her in all possible ways.
In the footage, Pearson says:
“I couldn’t remember anything, not a single thing.
“I can’t even drive right now. I have to learn how to do a lot of things again, even brushing my teeth, the things we allow, the things we think are normal.
“I was supposed to be fit when I was in the hospital because I couldn’t even drink my water.”
Pearson mentions that he has been on speech therapy since the horror episode.
In the two-part video, he details his recovery in the ICU, which included feeding through a tube, as he also had to learn how to swallow again.
“I had to learn how to walk, how to talk, how to eat, how to swallow. A lot,” he shared.
Miss Juicy Little Women: Atlanta was a guest on the first season before becoming a full-time cast member in Season 2.
Her friends started a GoFundMe account shortly after she had a stroke late last month.
In part two of her video Friday, Mrs. Juicy admits she had a stroke.
But he tried to look at the positive side.
“As you can see, I’m not dead, I’m just here,” he told his 674,000 fans and followers.
“It may have slowed me down, but I’m here and when the time is right I’ll be 100% back, okay, but I can’t push it and I can’t rush. I love you and, again, it’s up to me.” Came from, and we’ll talk on another level.
“Love, Miss Juicy. You can all say that for me, Mrs. Juicy Baby. Here it is, it’s not me, I can’t stay that long, everyone, so keep praying, we’ll get back to reality soon.”
“I love you and thank you, and again, thank you for all the support.”