Actor, comedian, singer, and performer Jamie Foxx has been in the hospital for almost a month now. Even though there have been rumours about the actor’s health, we don’t know much. But Jamie’s first post after being in the hospital gave people a little bit of hope.
A person close to the Day Shift actor told PEOPLE.com that Foxx is on the way to getting better, but he is still in the hospital for tests and monitoring.
“Jamie is stable and not in a life-threatening situation right now,” the source told the outlet. “[Doctors] are doing more tests because they want to be sure he will be fine before letting him go.”
The Spider-Man: No Way Home actor has also been told to “keep his stress level down” when he is allowed to go home, but no one knows when that will be because his health has not been made public.
A person close to the star from Dreamgirls said that the hospital is “the last place Jamie wants to be.” He is staying there, though, because he is getting medical care there.
“He’s working on lots of different things at once,” they said. He knows what he’s talking about when it comes down to it. His health is so bad that he will have to stay in the hospital for a long time.
His next big job was to take over as host of “Beat Shazam.” Several news sources, on the other hand, say that his friend Nick Cannon will be hosting the show this year. Corinne Foxx, who is Jamie’s daughter, is also not in this show. A 29-year-old man is now a co-host and DJ on the famous game show. Next would have been events to get the word out about They Cloned Tyrone. The important people in the movie are Jamie, John Boyega, and Teyonah Parris. It will be shown for the first time on June 14, the first night of the 27th American Black Film Festival. On July 21, Netflix will be able to show the project.
Jamie gave his Instagram followers an update earlier this week. For weeks, his friends and fans had been wishing him well. Thank you for your help. He wrote on May 3: “Feeling blessed.” As he gets better, he can expect the love to keep coming.
Tarshua Carter Williamson, BlackDoctor.org Contributor