Actor and “Beat Shazam” host Jamie Foxx was unable to attend the premiere of his new film “They Cloned Tyrone” as he continues to recover from a recent medical complication that led to hospitalization. The premiere took place at the American Black Film Festival in Miami Beach, Florida.
Foxx’s co-stars expressed their support and well wishes for him during the event. John Boyega, one of Foxx’s co-stars in the film, mentioned that he had been trying to reach out to Foxx but hadn’t received a response. Boyega expressed his desire for Foxx’s presence at the premiere and wished him the best.
“They Cloned Tyrone” features Foxx in the role of Slick Charles and also sees him serving as one of the film’s producers. The movie follows an unlikely trio, played by John Boyega, Teyonah Parris, and Jamie Foxx, as they delve into a mysterious conspiracy within their neighborhood.
Teyonah Parris, known for her role in the Marvel universe, also sent her love and support to Foxx as he recuperates from his medical condition. She praised Foxx’s vibrant personality and described it as an honor to work with him on the project.
Director Juel Taylor joined in expressing his thoughts and prayers for Foxx’s recovery. However, the exact details of Foxx’s medical issues have not been disclosed by the family.
Earlier this month, a representative for Foxx debunked claims made by an independent journalist suggesting that a COVID vaccine booster had caused the medical complication. The representative clarified that the report was completely inaccurate.
Foxx’s daughter, Corinne, later confirmed on her Instagram story that her father has been out of the hospital for weeks and is currently recuperating.
As Foxx continues his recovery, his fans and colleagues eagerly await his return to full health and his future projects.
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