Mike Tyson Asserted Jamie Foxx had Stroke
Mike Tyson, a former professional boxer, asserts that Jamie Foxx, an actor, had a stroke prior to being sent to the hospital last month.
Remember how the Academy Award-winning actor was taken to the hospital after experiencing a “medical complication” while filming his upcoming Netflix feature, Back in Action?
In the impending biographical TV series about the boxing legend, Fox was supposed to play Mike.
In the most recent Valuetainment podcast episode, Tyson discussed what will happen to the show in the wake of Jamie’s health issues.
“Well, it was a possibility,” he said. What’s going to happen next is unknown to me. But, you know, there’s a good chance.
The legendary boxer offered an explanation for why there haven’t been as many updates on Jamie’s status.
They don’t want us to know if we don’t already know, he said.
The new executive producers of the program are Tyson, Jamie, Antoine Fuqua, Martin Scorsese, and Scorsese.
After receiving initial care in an Atlanta hospital, Jamie reportedly landed at a physical rehabilitation facility in Chicago in late April.
The actor is reportedly “recovering well” at the moment, according to a source who talked with TMZ.
The actor’s daughter Corinne made the announcement on Instagram, adding, “My dad has been out of the hospital for weeks recuperating.”
In fact, yesterday he played pickleball! I appreciate everyone’s prayers and encouragement, Corinne said. The following week, we will also be making an exciting work announcement.
Jamie and his daughter will co-host a new show.