During a podcast, the former boxer told of the illness, while the TMZ website revealed that at the end of April a new entry into a specialized structure for these pathologies was necessary and that the 55-year-old actor is still hospitalized
Jamie Foxx's health remains a mystery. The latest indiscretion from Mike Tyson who, guest of the Valuetainment podcast, let it slip that the actor would have had a stroke. He's not well, they said he had a stroke, I have no idea what happened to him, the words of the former boxer who, pressed by the conductor Patrick Bet-David, then concluded if we don't know now, they don't want him we know it. The reference to the reserve of Foxx's family, which a month ago had only communicated the actor's hospitalization due to a medical complication that occurred during the filming of Back In Action in Atlanta with Cameron Diaz.
Page Six has taken care of corroborating the thesis of the alleged strokerevealing that the 55-year-old Foxx had long suffered from high blood pressure and was lucky to be alive, while TMZ said the actor would be rushed to hospital again in late April, this time at a Chicago facility specializing in the treatment of cancer, stroke and spinal injuries, specifying that he would not have cancer.
The site also published photos of their daughter Corinne and friend Dave Brown, who visited Foxx, who is still in the facility, last weekend. The seriousness of his condition would later be confirmed by the fact that the production of the television show Beat Shazam, which the actor has been leading for five years, would have asked his friend Nick Cannon to replace him.
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