Celebrities and Jamie Foxx fans share emotional memories with singer as he recovers from a medical scare

Jamie Foxx
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Celebrities and fans are expressing their support for Jamie Foxx, who was recently hospitalized due to a medical scare.

It’s been a few days since his daughter Corinne Foxx reported that her father had a “medical complication” while filming a new film in Atlanta.

On April 12, the 29-year-old shared an Instagram post on behalf of the Foxx family, stating that her father “is already on his way to recovery.”

Corinne added, “We know how beloved he is and appreciates your prayers. The family asks for privacy during this time. Much love, The Foxx Family.”

Following the news of the beloved actor’s death, his famous friends and fans sent their good wishes and posted messages of support on social media.

“I’m praying for you Jamie Foxx,” Foxx’s friend and former “In Living Color” co-star David Alan Grier tweeted. “Get well soon!”

Producer Van Lathan Jr. wrote, “Jamie Foxx is one of the best, most humble, and cool dudes in the whole town. Just letting everyone know.”

His “Ray” co-star Kerri Washington also shared a photo of herself and Foxx on Twitter and Instagram, writing “A @iamjamiefoxx appreciation post. Sending you all the love and prayers my movie huzbin.”

NBA star LeBron James also sent his well-wishes to Foxx. “Sending my thoughts and prayers to the heavens above to my brother @iamjamiefoxx !!!! Get well and back to yourself SOONER THAN LATER! God willing.”

Fans also expressed their positive thoughts by sharing great memories of the comedian doing what he does best: entertaining.

One fan shared a clip of Foxx on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” where he did a hilarious impersonation of Jennifer Hudson singing.

The post was captioned, “As we all send prayers and positive energy to Jamie Foxx, here’s him being the most talented person on Earth on Jimmy Fallon’s show.”

A Twitter account named, The Hillman Files, shared a montage of videos of the actor’s performances with the caption, “Prayers of healing for Jamie Foxx!” Many clips featured scenes from his sitcom, “The Jamie Foxx Show.”

“Zatima” star Deval Ellis also wished the 55-year-old a swift recovery and told a story about the first time his wife, actress Khadeen Ellis, met the beloved performer.

“Kay Kay met one of her favorite entertainers @iamjamiefoxx at a CVS the first year we moved to Cali,” he wrote on Instagram.

“He was singing Christmas carols and buying the last Black Santa in the store. She told him her husband was an aspiring actor and before I knew it we were going to Jamie Foxx’s house for his holiday party.”

Fans express their emotional reactions to his wife sobbing while viewing a serenade video in the comments section. One fan said, “Her crying had me finna cry.” Another wrote, “I’m up at 7 am cryin’ real big tears.”

“Now I’m crying,” shared another.

Khadeen added, “SOBBING! This was my favorite anniversary ever! Please please get well soon brother @iamjamiefoxx The Ellises love you!”

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