As time progresses, actor, comedian, singer, and entertainer Jamie Foxx has been hospitalized for nearly a month. While bits and pieces about the actor’s health have been leaked, we don’t know much. But a glimmer of hope shined as Jamie shared his first post since being hospitalized.
According to PEOPLE.com, a source close to the Day Shift star revealed that Foxx is in fact on the road to recovery, though he remains in the hospital for monitoring and testing.
“Jamie is stable and not in a life-threatening situation now,” the source told the outlet, adding that “[doctors] are doing more tests and want to be completely sure that he will be okay before allowing him” to be discharged.
The insider also noted that the Spider-Man: No Way Home star is under orders to “keep his stress level down” once he is able to return home, though it’s unclear when that might be as his exact condition has not yet been made public.
The Dreamgirls alum reportedly wouldn’t be spending another minute at the hospital if it wasn’t what’s best for his health right now, as the source called the hospital “the last place Jamie wants to be.”
“He has a lot of projects going on,” they explained. “He gets things done; he is focused and astute. What happened to him medically is serious enough to keep him in the hospital.”
The next big gig on his list was resuming hosting duties for “Beat Shazam.” However, it was confirmed via multiple news outlets that his friend Nick Cannon will be helming the show this season. Also absent from the production is Jamie’s daughter, Corinne Foxx. The 29-year-old serves as co-host and deejay on the popular contest show. Next up would have been appearances to promote They Cloned Tyrone. The film stars Jamie, John Boyega, and Teyonah Parris. It will premiere on June 14, the opening night of the 27th American Black Film Festival. The project will then be released on Netflix on July 21.
Earlier this week, Jamie posted an update on Instagram after weeks of fans and peers praying and sending well wishes that he would make a full recovery. On May 3rd, he wrote…