Jamie Foxx out of hospital and recuperating following medical complication

Actor and singer Jamie Foxx has been released from the hospital and is recuperating at home following a recent medical complication. The 54-year-old star had been hospitalized for a few days, according to reports.

Foxx, who is known for his roles in films such as “Ray” and “Django Unchained,” had been undergoing a routine medical procedure when the complication occurred, his publicist said. The nature of the complication has not been disclosed.

The star’s team released a statement thanking fans for their concern and assuring them that Foxx was doing well. “Jamie is doing well and appreciates all of the well wishes he’s received,” the statement read. “He thanks everyone for their support and asks for privacy at this time.”

Foxx has been in the public eye for over two decades, first making his mark as a comedian and actor in the 1990s. He has won numerous awards for his work in film and television, including an Academy Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of Ray Charles in the 2004 biopic “Ray.”

In addition to his work in entertainment, Foxx is also known for his philanthropic efforts. He has supported numerous charitable organizations, including the Global Down Syndrome Foundation and the American Cancer Society.

Fans and fellow celebrities have been sending well wishes to Foxx on social media, with many expressing relief that he is on the mend. There has been no word on when he will return to work or whether his medical condition will affect any upcoming projects.

Foxx has several projects in the works, including the Netflix film “They Cloned Tyrone” and a biopic about the boxer Mike Tyson, in which he is set to portray the legendary fighter. The status of these projects remains unclear in light of Foxx’s recent health scare.

As the star recovers, his fans will undoubtedly be eagerly awaiting his return to the screen and stage. In the meantime, they can take comfort in knowing that Foxx is on the road to recovery and surrounded by support.

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