A video that has been circulating on social media platforms has sparked a heated debate among fans and critics of Jamie Foxx, the Oscar-winning actor and singer. The video, which appears to have been recorded at a concert of the Renaissance World Tour, shows a man who bears a striking resemblance to Foxx wearing white heels and dress, dancing provocatively.
Jamie Foxx Gay Clone Conspiracy Theory Goes Viral
Some people who have seen the video think that it is proof that Hollywood has possibly changed Jamie Foxx. They point to his recent roles in movies such as “They Cloned Tyrone”, where he plays a drug dealer who discovers a government conspiracy involving cloning, and “Not Another Church Movie”, where he plays God opposite Mickey Rourke as the Devil, as evidence of the change in his personality. However, there is no evidence that the man in the video is actually Foxx himself.
Other Conspiracy theorists who have seen the video think that it is proof that a gay Jamie Foxx clone was created by Hollywood, similar to the plot of “They Cloned Tyrone”. They speculate that the clone was made to replace the original Foxx, who recently survived life threatening health issue. They also suggest that the clone could be part of a secret social engineering program meant to impact the black community, also similar to the Netflix movie.
The video does not prove Jamie Foxx is gay, nor does it confirm any secret conspiracy involving cloning, but it definitely raises eyebrows considering the person looks like him according to social media. However, most celebrities have lookalikes out there, and that’s probably the case here.
How crazy would it be if that really is his clone just out there living life and having fun, thinking that he is the real version?