Bruce Willis' daughter 'speechless' after woman's 'f*cking foul' criticism of dementia update
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Since Bruce Willis was diagnosed with dementia, his family have been keeping fans updated on his health.
The Die Hard actor was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia in February, following on from his asphia diagnosis in 2022.
During his health struggles, the 68-year-old actor has been supported by his wife Emma, his ex-wife Demi Moore and his five daughters.
The overwhelmingly majority of fans have been appreciative of the family providing updates on how the beloved actor is doing.
However, one person's response to the family's updates has attracted a lot of backlash.
In a video shared to the Instagram page primadonnasofthegutterpodcast, a woman called out Willis' daughter, Tallulah, for sharing a photo with her dad.
The critic said: "Can you do me a favour?
"If I ever get dementia, please don't take photos of me and post it on the internet, telling everyone how I'm getting worse and I'm toothless.
"And they don't know how to talk anymore, especially if I'm a famous celebrity.
"Please don't do this to me. This is terrible."
Her take on the situation made its way back to Tallulah, who wasted no time in blasting the woman on her Instagram.
Sharing the video to her page, Tallulah fumed: "I hate that I'm giving this person more reach, but with the pain and everything else my family and I are already facing, this just feels f**king foul and unacceptable.
"I'm honestly a bit speechless right now."
Aiming a further rebuke at the woman, the 28-year-old wrote: "Is she f**king kidding?
"We love when people try to utilize my dad's disease for some relevancy, so cute.
"Keep doing you [baby] trust me, it's such a good look."
Fans were equally unimpressed with the remarks and took to the comments to show the Willis family their support.
One admirer wrote: "Something really demented is going on with the youth of today, thinking they can blab their crass rudeness all over the internet."
Another commented: "Thank goodness for your family's transparency and love. This disease is brutal and Bruce being a celebrity sheds so much light on it, ultimately to help every family dealing with this horrible disease."
Other furious fans reiterated that the Willis family should continue sharing updates about their father.
One fan expressed this view when they said: "I'm really thankful that you share pictures of you and your dad.
"It lets us (the public) a chance to share a little in the pain of what's happening to our beloved celebrity."