UNITED STATES: Jamie Foxx, a comedian, actor, and singer, announced on Instagram that he could resume his career after being hospitalized for an undisclosed illness in April. He emphasised that he didn’t want to appear with tubes running out of him, stating that he didn’t want to be seen as a “waiting man.”
In the video, published early on Saturday morning, Jamie Foxx did not divulge his diagnosis but stated that he “went to hell and back” and had to fight “potholes” in his recovery. He remarked in the video, “But I’m coming back, and I’m able to work.”
After experiencing a “medical complication,” Jamie Foxx, 55, broke his relative silence and stopped public health rumours, according to a now-deleted statement made on Instagram by his daughter, Corinne Foxx, according to numerous news sources.
Fortunately, he is already on the road to recovery thanks to prompt intervention and excellent treatment, according to the statement published on April 12.
Jamie Foxx claimed that his family kept information regarding his condition “airtight” for months after rumours of his hospitalisation emerged, raising concerns among fans and sparking online rumours.
Foxx’s family was rumoured to be “getting ready for the worst” in May, but his daughter denied the rumours. She claimed his father had been out of the hospital for weeks and was playing pickleball. The actor also reminisced about his comedy skills by making fun of absurd hypotheses about his health.
Foxx, whose real name is Eric Bishop, is known for his roles in “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” “Ray,” and “Django Unchained.” He recently starred in the Netflix film “They Cloned Tyrone.” He received an Oscar for best actor in 2005 for “Ray” and a Grammy in 2010 for “Blame It.” Foxx and his daughter are set to debut a new game show on Fox next year.