John Boyega has shared an update on Jamie Foxx’s health, two months after the actor suffered “medical complications”.
In April, the Django Unchained the star was rushed to the hospital, with his daughter Corinne telling fans that “due to his quick action and attentive care, he is well on his way to recovery”.
Weeks later, Foxx shared his first post on social media following the incident, and Corinne confirmed later in May that he had been discharged from the hospital for weeks. No details of medical complications have been shared.
The next Foxx can be seen in They cloned Tyronea Netflix comedy that he co-starred with Boyega.
His British co-star recently said that he has called Foxx and will “keep calling” until the actor “picks up”.
However, tell Everybody on Tuesday (June 27), Boyega confirmed that he has finally received a response from Foxx.
“Finally he picked up the phone. Thank you, man,” said the Star Wars actor. “He is doing well. And then, you know, we just gave him privacy, and we can’t wait for him to come back.”
Boyega continued: “I directly wished him well. I gave him all the best wishes. So I’ll wait until he gets back here. So take your time, Jamie. We love you, brother.
They cloned Tyrone Co-producer Datari Turner also told the publication: “He’s doing great. I promise you. Do really, really well.
“[Director Juel Taylor] talked to him yesterday. John Boyega spoke to him yesterday. He is in really, very good condition and mentally. And he will return to the screen. He will be back to work soon.”
Foxx is filming an upcoming Netflix series Back in action in Georgia in April when he was admitted to a medical facility.
The actor’s other celebrity friends have recently shared positive updates on his progress, with Kevin Hart hinting in May that Foxx is on the road to recovery.
“The great thing is that he is getting better in his situation, and everyone’s prayers, everyone’s love, energy, all of that is seen and felt. [by him]“Hart said. “In this case, you just want the guy to get out of that situation and go home.”
Hart continued: “I don’t know the details – or the exact details – of what is going on, but to my knowledge there is a lot of progress and a better world.”
When reports speculating about Foxx’s health surfaced, his family quickly quashed reports that they were “hoping for the best – but preparing for the worst,” Corinne said in May. : “Update from the family: It’s sad to see how the media goes wild. My father was discharged from the hospital for weeks to recuperate. In fact, he played pitching yesterday!
In mid-June, his representatives also dismissed right-wing conspiracy theories that Foxx had been “paralyzed and blinded” by the Covid-19 vaccine, calling them “completely inaccurate”.
They cloned Tyrone coming to Netflix on July 14.