Since Jamie Foxx experienced an unexplained medical episode in April, his supporters have been under a great deal of stress. Foxx’s daughter, Corinne Foxx, made her father’s health issues initially widely known on Instagram.
“We wanted to share that my father, Jamie Foxx, experienced a medical complication yesterday,” Corinne wrote on Instagram. Fortunately, he is already making progress toward recovery thanks to prompt action and excellent care. We are grateful for your prayers and are aware of how loved he is. The family requests discretion at this time.
Updates from reliable sources have been slow or scarce ever since Corinne made her initial announcement.
Fans grew more concerned about Jamie’s health as his celebrity friends prayed for him in public. For example, Foxx hasn’t appeared in the media and hasn’t even started filming “Back In Action,” yet on May 3, he sent an Instagram thank-you message to his followers.
The majority of people who have commented on the article have questioned Jamie’s authorship. Furthermore, Jamie’s backers’ worries have remained longer than Corinne’s claim that Jamie was no longer in the hospital on May 12 does.
Strange conspiracy theories about Jamie’s health (or lack thereof) have begun to circulate on social media; one of them holds that the hospitalization of Jamie was caused by the COVID-19 vaccine.
The crew behind Jamie Foxx refutes COVID conspiracy theories
Author A.J. Benza recently claimed on Dr. Drew Pinsky’s podcast, according to NBC News, that Jamie had a stroke as a result of the COVID-19 vaccine, which resulted in him losing his vision and his ability to move. All of Benza’s claims, in the opinion of Jamie’s employees, are lies and “completely inaccurate.”
In spite of the mounting criticism, Pinsky decided to include Benza in his curriculum. But he did make a wise remark about Foxx in an email to NBC News.
Pinsky stated, “I can’t comment beyond what he said on the show since A.J.’s statements were based on his confidential sources. I sincerely hope that Mr. Foxx will make a full recovery and that A.J.’s sources are false.
“There is no evidence, and I have no reason to believe that his medical condition is directly related to vaccine therapy or a post-COVID phenomenon,” the doctor stated. Any evidence of either would need to be presented by his doctors.
Pinsky’s decision to promote Benza’s message and his assertions have not elicited a response from Corinne Foxx as of yet. She is promoting Intel’s wares on her Instagram Stories, but she appears to be in high spirits.