Jamie Foxx’s loved ones are reportedly “hoping for the best” but also “preparing for the worst” as the actor remains hospitalized, Radar Online reports.
Jamie has been hospitalized for four weeks after he had a medical emergency.
“Jamie’s people are saying he’s doing OK and improving while doctors try to get to the bottom of his problems – but he wouldn’t be in a hospital this long if he was anything close to OK,” a source informed the news outlet.
Another source claims Jamie’s situation is far more serious than his camp claims.
“His friends and family are hoping for the best – but preparing for the worst!” the insider informed RadarOnline.
Previously, a source revealed that Jamie suffers from high blood pressure, which experts say could cause clots in the brain and lead to a stroke, but nothing has been confirmed yet.
His family is keeping his condition secret, which perfectly aligns with Jamie’s brand of keeping things quiet.
Jamie, 55, was taken ill on April 11 after he collapsed while he was in Atlanta, Georgia, to film his upcoming movie, Back in Action. He was taken to a medical facility in Georgia, where he’s been receiving round-the-clock care.
His daughter, Corinne Foxx, initially announced her dad had experienced a “medical complication” without revealing any details.
As of May 9, Jamie hasn’t still appeared in public – but a source close to the family told People that the Day Shift actor was “awake and alert.”
The actor’s Instagram also shared the message, “Appreciate all the love!!!! Feeling blessed.” However, there was no picture attached, raising concerns about his health problems.
Then, the Annie star was replaced by Nick Cannon as the host of the upcoming FOX game show, “Beat Shazam.”
Cannon shared his concern for his friend, saying, “Man. I’m praying. I literally have been saying prayers out loud.”
We are keeping Mr. Foxx in our prayers.