– Jamie Foxx experienced a medical complication last week and was hospitalized. He is reportedly healing and surrounded by family, though specifics of his health have not been disclosed.
– The actor’s peers and fans have taken to social media to share messages of support and well wishes.
– Jamie was in the midst of filming his latest movie project, “Back in Action,” but production has continued and is scheduled to wrap this week.
Jamie Foxx’s fans and colleagues are sending their love and prayers to the actor and comedian after his hospitalization for an undisclosed “medical complication.” It was confirmed on April 12 by Jamie’s eldest daughter, Corinne Foxx, on Instagram that her father had suffered a health scare but was already “on his way to recovery” thanks to quick action and great care. A source has since confirmed that Jamie, who is the father of two daughters, including a teenage daughter named Annalise Bishop, is still recovering and “feels the love from everyone.”
Prior to his health scare, Jamie was working on his latest movie project, “Back in Action,” with co-star Cameron Diaz in Atlanta, but production has continued in his absence and is scheduled to wrap up soon. While Corinne has shut off comments on her post, Jamie’s peers have expressed their support and well wishes. Jennifer Hudson, who starred with Jamie in “Dreamgirls,” wrote on Instagram, “Lifting my friend @iamjamiefoxx and the Foxx family up in prayer ! We pray for healing in Jesus’ name! Sending u all the love in the world, Jamie !!!” Kerry Washington also shared a photo of her and Jamie from the set of “Ray” and sent her love and prayers.
Viola Davis also took to Instagram to send her well wishes, writing, “Get well @iamjamiefoxx. We need you …. your light, your brilliance.” LeBron James also tweeted his thoughts and prayers to his brother Jamie, wishing him a speedy recovery.
Jamie’s representatives have not commented on the specifics of his health, and it’s unclear when he’ll fully recover. However, his friends and fans are standing by him and hoping for his swift return to health.