Still hospitalized with mystery condition


Whatever has been going on with Jamie Foxx the past three weeks, people close to him have raised an alarm by revealing that he remains hospitalized. They’ve also asked fans to “Pray for Jamie.”

Citing sources close to the 55-year-old Academy Award winner, TMZ reported early Wednesday that he needs “all the prayers and well-wishes his fans can muster” as he continues to be treated at a hospital in Atlanta. TMZ also said that Foxx’s condition remains a tightly guarded “secret.”

But Foxx, or someone operating his Instagram account, sought to dispel concerns about his health later Wednesday by posting a message with text but no photos that simply said: “Appreciate all the love!!! Feeling blessed.”

Foxx’s fans first learned that the prolific actor, singer and comedian was dealing with a health catastrophe on April 12, when his daughter, Corinne Foxx, announced on social media that he had suffered “a medical complication” the day before, on April 11. Then, as now, Corinne Fox did not share details on what caused the emergency, but insisted that “due to quick action and great care, he is already on his way to recovery.”

CNN and other outlets reported last month that Foxx had been in Atlanta finishing up production on his latest film, “Back in Action,” co-starring Cameron Diaz.  He was photographed on April 10, looking in good health, while filming a scene with Diaz and Glenn Close, in which he appeared to be coaching a women’s soccer team.

CNN reported that Foxx’s medical issue didn’t happen on the set and he was not transported by an emergency vehicle to the hospital. TMZ also reported at the time that Foxx’s condition was serious enough that family members flew in to be by his side, though the actor was also reportedly joking with them.

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