Ms Juicy of 'Little Women' Celebrates Juneteenth with Eva Marcille and Kenya Moore in New Pics

Ms. Juicy specially celebrated Juneteenth — alongside a couple of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” — and she shared a photo about it.

Juneteenth, which is coined from the combination of June and nineteenth, is an annual holiday that is used to commemorate the freedom of slaves in the US.

Shirlene "Ms.Juicy" King Pearson at Cedric The Entertainer's 1st & Goal Comedy Bowl on February 02, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia | Photo: Getty Images

Shirlene "Ms.Juicy" King Pearson at Cedric The Entertainer's 1st & Goal Comedy Bowl on February 02, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia | Photo: Getty Images

To celebrate the occasion this year, Shirlene “Ms. Juicy” King Pearson turned up with her friends and stars from “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.”

Despite the turbulent relationship the pair shared since then, Juicy seemed heartbroken by the news of Minnie's tragic passing earlier this year.

The “Little Women: Atlanta” star took to Instagram to post three pictures that showed her at an event that was hosted by Eva Marcille.

While the first image featured Ms. Juicy, Eva, and her co-star, Kenya Moore, all smiling at the camera, the next slide was a personal snap of the “Little Women: Atlanta” star.

The third picture showed Kandi Burruss standing behind Ms. Juicy as they both smiled. The post, which has garnered nearly 20,000 likes since it was shared some hours ago, was captioned:

“A few pics with my girls at @evamarcille Juneteenth celebration.”

It would be recalled that Juicy has been a force to reckon with since she began her “Little Women” journey in 2016. According to Vice, the 48-year-old’s name has stuck in people’s minds since she hosted a twerking competition in the show’s pilot episode.

Later in the first season, the reality TV star crashed the birthday party of her alleged enemy, Ashley “Ms. Minnie” Ross. Despite the turbulent relationship the pair shared since then, Juicy seemed heartbroken by the news of Minnie's tragic passing earlier this year.

BET reported that soon after it was disclosed that Minnie died following the injuries she sustained in a car crash, Juicy uploaded an image that had the words “This is too much too much!!!!!” written on it.

Two months before the occurrence, Juicy was caught in the middle of a brawl that happened between her “Little Women: Atlanta” co-stars.

TMZ divulged at the time that the show’s twins — Amanda and Andrea Salinas — were arguing with co-star, Abira Greene when a drink was thrown in the face of one of the twins.

That action prompted the situation to escalate, and even though the fight was eventually broken up, one of the twins managed to land a few blows on Abira.

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