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Jamie Foxx's illness: What's wrong with Django Unchained star's health?

Jamie Foxx’s illness: What’s wrong with Django Unchained star’s health?

It’s been a month since Jamie Foxx was hospitalized after suffering “medical complications”.

And his daughter, Corinne Fox, revealed on Friday (May 12) that the actor has been out of the hospital “for weeks” after some media outlets reported that his family was “preparing for the worst.”

“Sad to see how the media explodes,” she wrote on Instagram. “My dad has been out of the hospital for weeks recovering. In fact, he was playing pickleball yesterday!”

Specific details of the 55-year-old Django Unchained The star’s illness remains unknown.

What happened to Foxx?

“We wanted to point out that my father, Jamie Foxx, experienced medical complications yesterday,” Corinne, 29, said in a statement posted to social media on April 12.

“Thankfully, because of the quick work and great care, he is already well on the way to recovery. We know how much he is loved and appreciate your prayers.” “The family requests privacy during this time.”

Conflicting accounts emerged of Fox’s condition in the weeks following his hospitalization. While most reports indicated that the actor was recovering, one source said radar On Tuesday (May 9) he said his friends and family were “hoping for the best – but preparing for the worst”.

Corinne scolded radarSpecifically in her May 12th post.

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on April 20, Bad boys said star Martin Lawrence additional that Foxx was “doing better”.

“My prayer is I go out for him every night and wish him the best, one of the best we’ve ever had in Hollywood. Not only is he one of the best performers, but he’s a good person.”

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Foxx broke his silence on social media on May 3, thanking fans for their support.

“Appreciate all the love!!! You feel blessed [prayer, heart and fox emoji],” the actor shared on his Instagram story.

Foxx also thanked Nick Cannon for stepping in to replace him as host of the Fox game show, Shazam won.

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“Everyone at FOX Entertainment wishes Jimmy all the very best as he continues his recovery, and we greatly appreciate Nick’s willingness to jump in and help out this summer.” Shazam won Advertise on Instagram.

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“Man, I pray,” Cannon said of Fox.

On May 4, comedian Kevin Hart also suggested that Foxx was on the road to recovery.

“The exciting thing is that he’s getting better at his situation, everyone’s prayers, everyone’s love, their energy, all of those things are being seen and felt.” [by him],” Hart told hosts Logan Paul and Mike Majlak about them impulsive Podcast.

“In this case, you just want the guy to get out of the situation and go home.”

Hart continued, “I don’t know the specifics — or the nitty gritty — as to what’s going on, but as far as I know, there’s a lot of progress and a better world.”

Many stars wished the actor a speedy recovery on Instagram.

What was Foxx doing when he got sick?

Foxx was in Georgia, USA for the shooting of the upcoming Netflix movie Back in business When he was taken to a medical facility. US media reported that he was still there and kept “under surveillance”.

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The actor met with Any Sunday (1999) and that I (2014) co-starring Cameron Diaz for the film, who has since returned to filming as a body double for Foxx.

The Seth Gordon (Very bad managers) The film marks Diaz’s first since stepping away from acting in 2014.

It has been slated as an action comedy, though any plot details have been kept under wraps.

Also starring Kyle Chandler, Glenn Close, Andrew Scott, Jamie Demetriou, McKenna Roberts, and Rylan Jackson.

Reflecting on his career, Fox recently said that he doesn’t consider himself “famous.” “I’ve always been the guy, throughout my career, that people feel an affinity for, not really a ‘celebrity,’” he said. make a fire.

“It’s important to keep the good people who keep it real with you always. The friends I met when I first came to L.A. 30 years ago are still the same friends as me. We all still kick it and laugh.”