Of course, it's a truism that that which is our highest good is our god, and, so, while Foxx is being hyperbolic, he may be communicating something important. Mark Shea explains:
It is one of the clearest symptoms of a culture that has become, as our so emphatically is, utterly trivial at its core. We are a Paris Hilton people who clutch at the power, but not the responsibility, of gods.
Those who make blasphemous statements or issue “Blasphemy Challenges” think that something is proven when God does not strike people with lightning. But that, of course, is because they know nothing of the God they blaspheme. The punishment for sin is typically the sin itself. Blasphemy does not result in lightning, but in lightening: you become a moral and intellectual lightweight. A culture like ours is now of such gossamer insubstantiality that almost anything can blow it away.