Bruce Willis is known to suffer from a brain damage disease called aphasia. The disease is a condition that hinders a person’s ability to communicate, from speaking to writing.
The news has also been announced directly by his loved ones. Starting from his wife, Emma Heming, his ex-wife Demi Moore, and their five children in their marriage, namely Rumer, Scout, Tallulah, Mabel, and Evelyn.
The announcement was made through their respective Instagram accounts, Mother. With a portrait of Bruce Willis, caption what was written explained how the conditions were and what support they provided.
“To Bruce’s incredible supporters, as a family, we would like to share that our beloved Bruce has been experiencing several health issues and was recently diagnosed with aphasia, which is affecting his cognitive abilities. As a result of this and with much deliberation Bruce is stepping away from a career that means a lot to him,” opened the announcement, quoted from the accounts @demimoore and @emmahemingwillis.
“This is a very challenging time for our family and we greatly appreciate your continued love, affection and support. We are moving through this as a strong family unit, and wanted to bring her fans because we know how much she means to you, as she does. You did to him.”
“As Bruce always says, “Live” and together we plan to do just that. With Love, Emma, DemiRumer, Scout, Tallulah, Mabel, & Evelyn.”
Not only his wife and ex, Bruce Willis’ eldest daughter also showed a form of support for her father, Mother. Through Insta Story, Rumer Willis uploaded eight photos throwback with the father. All the portraits that are shared are not equipped with text, but are full of emotion.
In addition, Bruce Willis’ family did not specify when the star was Die Hard it’s a diagnosis of aphasia. Even so, there are rumors that this condition has been experienced since 2020.
We wish Bruce Willis all the best, Mother.
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