Jamie Foxx's health scare that landed him in the hospital in April caused quite the panic amongst his friends, family and fans, especially considering the details of his condition were sparse.
And though his daughter Corinne and sister Deondra Dixon did provide general updates on the actor's health - and his pals spoke of their conversations with him, as well - people on social media weren't convinced.
In fact, they claimed they wouldn't believe any news on Foxx's health until the actor himself provided the proof.
Well, on Saturday, Foxx posted a video on Instagram to update his fans on his journey... exactly what they wanted.
In the emotional video, Foxx told his fans:
“I went through something that I thought I would never go through.”
“I cannot even begin to tell you ... how far it took me and how it brought me back."
And he also promised:
"I'm on my way back."
While this much-anticipated update should have brought relief and a state of content to all those speculating his actual condition, they still weren't convinced.
Even after a video update from the actor himself, people claimed the video was created by a clone or AI.
People on social media noticed that in his post, Foxx didn't look quite the same as he did before.
After roughly 100 days of what he referred to as going to "hell and back?"
You don't say...
But some have taken to social media to comment on the speculation, including rapper Ice-T who tweeted his frustration:
"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!"
And many others completely agreed with the rapper's position.
Several also shared they are just happy to learn his health is improving.
We are definitely glad to have an update from the actor and to know that he is on the mend.