More celebrities have sent their best wishes to actor Jamie Foxx after he suffered a medical complication last week.
The actor of “Bad Boys”, Martin Lawrence, sent his prayers and thoughts to Foxx (55), who is still hospitalized.
“Well, I heard he was doing better… My prayers are with him every night, and I wish him the best, as he is one of the most talented actors in Hollywood.” Lawrence told Extra that “he was not only a great entertainer but also a good human being”.
Tracy Morgan, Steve Harvey, and other stars also wished Foxx well.
“I love Jamie. Jamie’s a good friend of mine … my prayers go up for Jamie,” Morgan told Entertainment Tonight during the Hollywood event.
“He is strong, he is a fighter. He will come out of this and be stronger and better.”
Television host Harvey said he was shocked to find out Foxx was hospitalized and was extremely surprised by his health condition.
“I don’t even really know what happened, man. I was just stunned because Jamie is very fit.”
“This guy, he doesn’t do anything, man.” Harvey said, “This dude was fit so I really worried, man.” “I hope that everything will work out.” “I’m sure that it will.”
Sources revealed on Monday that Foxx is still receiving treatment in a Georgia hospital where he was shooting “Back in Action”. People magazine reported that Foxx had been “undergoing tests.”
Foxx has been reported to be on his way to recovery.
The actor’s representative did not respond to our comment request immediately.
The Foxx family made a similar statement in the past.
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Foxx’s 29-year-old daughter Corinne shared a family statement on her social media.
The message stated that “he is on the road to recovery already, thanks to his quick actions and excellent care.”
We know how much he’s loved and we appreciate your prayers. The family requests privacy at this time,” concluded the family.
Foxx shares Corinne with ex-Connie Kline. He also shares daughter Annalise Bishop, 14, with ex Kristin Grannis.