Once more, Jamie Foxx was seen in Chicago assisting a woman who had misplaced her bag. One of the “Beam” star’s male fans in the Blustery City shared a video Monday of Foxx returning his mom’s satchel to her after she had lost it. The video’s caption read, “Mom lost her bag in Chicago today Jamie fox [sic] found it and brought it to her and he said he feels good y’all god is good.”
After handing over the purse, Foxx can be seen in the video getting back into a black SUV and leaving with a hand signal that reads “hang loose.” Before Foxx drove off, the lucky woman in the video yelled, “Thank you, Jamie.” The recording comes closely following the Oscar-winning entertainer venturing out freely interestingly since his puzzling “unexpected problem” that hospitalized him in Georgia.
A few weeks later, Foxx, 55, went to a top physical rehabilitation center in Chicago, where he has been seeking treatment ever since. Over the weekend, the actor from “Dreamgirls” was seen aboard a boat traveling down the Chicago River to promote his alcohol brand, Brown Sugar Bourbon. Naturally, Foxx’s first tweet since his health scare was about his upcoming event. “Boat life 🦊 Celebrating summer with @brownsugarbbn,” he composed. ” Be blessed!
Saturday, he was also seen at a Topgolf driving range in Naperville, Illinois, where a witness reported that Foxx had a “strong” swing. A witness told TMZ that “he was walking regular, not dragging his leg.” He clearly moved his arms well. He was just like any other Jamie. The root of the actor’s health issues has not been made public by him or his daughter Corinne from “Django Unchained.” In any case, a rep for Foxx destroyed a paranoid notion that guaranteed the Coronavirus immunization caused his hospitalization, referring to the gossip as “totally off base.”
Corinne, 29, likewise affirmed that her dad had been “out of the emergency clinic for a really long time” after a misleading report guaranteed their family was “planning for just horrible.” In May, she posted a message to her Instagram Story that read, “Sad to see how the media runs wild.”