Jamie Foxx has enjoyed support from the nearest and dearest in his life just days after speaking publicly about a “medical complication” that sent him “to hell and back” earlier this year.
Foxx, 55, was comforted by longtime friend Barbra Streisand, as she shared her words of wisdom on Instagram on Saturday evening.
“Dear Jamie, so nice to see your face and hear you speak today,” she wrote on her social media platforms alongside a photo of the pair from the Netflix event.
“I have been and always will be sending you much love and light. I love you, Barbara.” Fox commented on his post, “God’s blessings.”
Streisand joined a long list of Hollywood favorites to celebrate Focus’s healthy return. The “Ray” actor finally broke his silence on Friday after a months-long hiatus, telling his millions of followers that he was going through something he thought he would “never get over.”
Jamie Foxx received blessings from Hollywood after breaking her silence on medical complications
Foxx and Streisand have performed together on stage before.
The Grammy winner joined Babs at one of her stops at the Barclays Center in 2016, to sing an upbeat rendition of “Climb Every Mountain” from “The Sound of Music.”
Jamie Foxx breaks silence about health scare: ‘I’m on the way back’
“I can’t say enough how incredible this moment is for me to be on stage with you,” Fox said during the show.
Jamie’s daughter, Corinne Fox, shared a photo on Instagram after her dad posted the video.
“Thank you for all your love and support over the past few months,” she wrote. “Our family is beyond grateful. God is good.”
Will Smith, The RockReese Witherspoon, Martin Lawrence and LL Cool J were just a few of the many Hollywood stars who left comments or shared messages supporting Fox on her road to recovery.
It is still unclear what medical complication Jamie suffered in April, but he has slowly made his way back. public eye of late.
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“I can’t even begin to tell you how far it took me, and how it brought me back,” he said after thanking fans for their prayers.
“I went through something I thought I’d never go through. I know a lot of people were waiting, or wanting to hear updates, and to be honest with you – I just didn’t want you to see me like this.”
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He added, “I want you to see me laughing, having a good time, partying, making a joke, doing a movie, doing a television show. I didn’t want you to see me with tubes coming out of me trying to figure out if I was going to make it.”
He said his sister Deidra Dixon and daughter Corinne saved his life.
“I can’t tell you how good it is to have your family kick in like that… You know they kept it airtight. They didn’t let anything get out. They protected me, and I hope everyone can in moments like this.”
Fox also addressed the rumors that had circulated claiming he was in the hospital. blind or paralyzed, And said the allegations weren’t true, but that he had been to “hell and back.”
He became emotional at the thought of all the love he received during one of his darkest times, and said the past few months had been “tough”.
“I was a sick man, but now, my legs are under me, so you’re going to see me out,” he said. “I’m here on earth because of some great people. I’m here on earth because of God.”
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“I’m on my way back,” Fox reminded his legions of followers.