On Sunday (July 23), the rapper-turned-actor took to Twitter to call out conspiracy theorists who have been pointing out that Jamie Foxx has looked different since his release from the hospital, suggesting that the 55 year old was duplicated.
“People would rather believe that Jamie is now a Clone or Ai, than the man was just seriously sick and damn near died,” the Law & Order star wrote. “Cause he doesn’t look EXACTLY the same??? YOU look different after a bad cold! Smh weirdos.”
Check out Ice-T’s retweet of post implying that Jamie Foxx was cloned.
People would rather believe that Jamie is now a Clone or Ai, than the man was just seriously sick and damn near died… Cause he doesn’t look EXACTLY the same??? YOU look different after a bad cold! Smh weirdos.. https://t.co/EWklg56bnW
— ICE T (@FINALLEVEL) July 23, 2023
“They didn’t clone me but THEY CLONED TYRONE,” he wrote, referring to the dark satirical comedy that also stars John Boyega and Kiefer Sutherland. “See you July 21, only on @netflix.”
Rumors about Jamie Foxx’s health have been circulating since he was first hospitalized for what his family called “a medical complication” back in April while he filming the Netflix film Back in Action.
“He’s OK, thank God,” the source said. “He’s still in the hospital and doctors are running tests but he’s awake and alert. They’re keeping him under observation.”
Following a few weeks of hospitalization and receiving encouragement from friends and fans, the actor/singer took to Instagram in May to thank fans.
“Appreciate all the love!!! Feeling blessed,” Foxx wrote.
That, however, hasn’t stopped the conspiracy theories about Foxx’s alleged “cloning,” which coincidentally comes at the same time as his new film They Cloned Tyrone.