Piggy wound up in a hospital after finding herself in the line of gunfire in Cleveland.

The rapper and several others suffered injuries in a shooting at Cleveland’s Medusa Restaurant and Lounge on March 26. Piggy shared information about her road to recovery in an update on her Instagram.

“I wasn’t sure if I wanted to share this WITH y’all or not but I’m too loved to be having y’all worrying,” she wrote. “IM STRONG BUT ITS GON BE A PROCESS . … but one thing fasho & a million things fa certain is GOD & BIANCA don’t play about me!!!”

She continued, “But I just want yall to know I’m feeling better each and everyday and I really appreciate all of the love prayers and kind words I needed that!! @badguwrlbianca if I don’t know nothing else I know you always gon have my front & imma always have yo back no questions!! PS them ngas still some ho’s and did the job sloppy!”

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Piggy previously spoke about the danger she’s faced in Cleveland in an interview with AllHipHop.

“Violence, I saw people get killed,” she said. “I grew up fighting, I was a fighter. I grew up seeing people get killed, a typical hood story basically. I got caught up in the mix a lot. For a minute I had, I was doing good. I was a smart girl, I’d graduated high school. I won over $40K in scholarships.”

She added, “I went to school, got caught up with some wrong people. Last year I had caught 3 F1 cases for fighting, felonious assaults, aggravated robberies. I got all types of felonies on my record, I got caught up in some trouble. I’m trying to overcome that now, change who I am and not let that define who I am.”

Read AllHipHop’s entire interview with Piggy here.