Jamie Foxx teases ‘big things coming soon’ after health scare, fans think his pic is ‘AI-generated’
Jamie Foxx hinted at exciting things to come in a recent Instagram post, but some fans are skeptical due to his recent health scare.
The acclaimed actor from “Django Unchained” shared a new photo on Thursday, where he can be seen smiling at the camera while standing on top of a gold Bet MGM race car in Las Vegas.
He captioned the picture, “Thankful for my @betmgm family and a great few nights in Vegas. We got BIG things coming soon 🦊,” promoting the betting company.
Despite appearing to be in good health, fans questioned the authenticity of the photo.
“This might be an AI-generated picture of Jamie Foxx. I’m not sure what to believe,” one fan commented.
“Yeah, this doesn’t feel right,” another fan chimed in.
“This looks like an AI-generated photo. What the heck is going on? I hope he’s doing okay,” a third fan added.
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However, others defended the “Blame It” singer and called for fans to respect his privacy.
“If you’re a true fan, you won’t harass him in the comments. Just respect his privacy and support him by watching his movies and listening to his music! Geez, some people feel entitled to others’ lives,” one fan wrote.
Another fan added, “It’s okay for celebrities to keep their personal lives private. Not everything needs to be shared with the world. What matters is that he’s doing better and alive! I’m happy for this incredibly talented legend. 🙌”
“I’m so glad to see you back, King!!! 🙏🏾👑🔥🔥,” a user exclaimed.
In April, Foxx’s daughter Corinne revealed that he was recovering from a “medical complication.”
After a few days, he was reportedly transferred to a specialized rehab facility in Chicago for stroke recovery, traumatic brain injury rehab, spinal cord injury rehab, and cancer rehabilitation.
While Foxx has not directly addressed his hospitalization, he expressed gratitude to his fans for their support in May on Instagram.
“I appreciate all the love!!! Feeling blessed,” he captioned the post.
The 55-year-old actor, known for his role in “Baby Driver,” has since been seen back in action, including sailing on the Chicago River over the Fourth of July weekend.