The 55-year-old actor celebrated his younger brother Dixon’s birthday on Tuesday by posting a heartfelt birthday greeting on Instagram along with a silly picture of the two of them on a photo carousel.

“On her birthday, to my beautiful younger sister, @frequency11 ‘D’:…” “You are the valiant lionesses, you are the heroic lionesses,” Foxx said, praising the lionesses. And without you, I wouldn’t be here. Your decisions have literally saved my life.
He wished his sister a happy birthday and invited her fans to swipe left for additional images, saying, “I love you forever and ever happy birthday sis.”

Foxx’s younger sister, DeOndra Dixon, died on October 19, 2020, at the age of 36.

Foxx’s first video appearance since his health crisis was on July 22, thus this Tuesday’s post is the first he’s shared on his Instagram grid in three months.

In the video, the Oscar winner thanks his sister Corinne Foxx and daughter for their “protection” during his illness.

“He credited his sister Deidra Dixon and his daughter Corinne Marie for saving his life,” Foxx said in order to describe the medical emergency he experienced on April 11 while filming in Atlanta.
With gratitude to “God and many” amazing physicians and nurses, I can offer you this video for today. “And you all know they kept it tight, didn’t let anything out,” the actor said. How wonderful it feels to have your family support you in such a way is beyond words. I wish everyone could have the luxury of shielding oneself like they did for me.

In a new video, the actor from Back in Action discusses why he chose not to talk about his near-hospitalization experience.

“I experienced something that I believed I would never experience,” Foxx remarked. To be honest with you, I simply didn’t want you to see me as that man, even though I know a lot of people were waiting and you know hoping to hear updates.

He also took a moment to clear up any misconceptions about his health that had arisen as a result of his family’s caution.

The actor made reference to false reports that he was “blind” and “paralyzed,” saying, “Now you know by being quiet sometimes things you know get out of hand.”

Nevertheless, I went ahead and did it. According to Foxx, “I went to hell and back.” There were also hiccups on my path to rehabilitation. But I’ll be back. Additionally, I can do a job.

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