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Do Jamie Foxx's Friends Know Something We Don't? Still Asking For 'Prayers' As Actor Remains In Hospital

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Jamie Foxx’s health situation could be worse than we think… Last week, an insider told People that the Django Unchained actor was “stable and not in a life-threatening situation” anymore amid his hospital stay for a mysterious “medical complication.” At the time, the source added that doctors were “doing more tests” before discharging him, adding that upon his release, he needs to “keep his stress levels down.” That update came right after the Oscar winner broke his silence after nearly three weeks, taking to Instagram to write: All that made it sound like he was in a pretty good place recovery wise… but he may actually not be out of the woods quite yet. Related: Ray Liotta’s Cause Of Death Revealed One Year After His Sudden Death The same day Foxx broke his silence, fellow actor James Woods took to Twitter to honor the 55-year-old while reflecting on their 2013 action blockbuster, White House Down: He continued: Very sweet, no doubt, but now it seems other celebs have jumped on the trend of tributing the Ray actor, and it just makes us wonder if they’ve been hearing something we don’t know. Related: Kevin Hart Shares An Update On Jamie Foxx Wednesday, rapper Kid Cudi took to Twitter to simply write alongside a praying hands emoji: Seems weird after a source said he was no longer in a “life-threatening situation,” right?

But he wasn’t the only one. Former NFL QB Robert Griffin III took to the social media app just two hours after Cudi, asking for “prayers” form his followers on behalf of the Just Mercy actor: The athlete quote tweeted a report that said Foxx’s family were preparing for the worst, which doesn’t sound good at all either… Dallas Cowboys star Micah Parsons also joined in, writing on his own page: Tyler, The

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