Emma Heming Willis recently spoke out about the paparazzi Shout to get Bruce Willis’ attention.
Now, she’s posting a video that refutes criticism that she’s trying to get “five minutes.”
Willis explained, “I will always stand up for my husband,” who has dementia.
Bruce Willis is one of the most iconic action movie stars of the last few decades, but his family announced his retirement in March 2022. he was diagnosed with aphasiaaffects a person’s understanding of language.
appearance of the stars It then progressed to frontotemporal dementia.can change someone’s personality, behavior, language, or way of speaking.
Willis was recently spotted by paparazzi while meeting friends at a coffee shop and his wife, Emma Heming Willis, Asked to give him ‘space’ by posting a video on Instagram Following an FTD diagnosis.
“Video folks, please don’t yell at me about how my husband is doing. Woohooing and yippee ki yay…just stop. Okay?” she said.
Willis now follows this up with the following video. Instagram Addressing the criticism she has faced recently, she pays attention to “advocate” for her husband rather than trying to get “five minutes.”
In a video posted Tuesday, she said, “I just saw you spend five minutes. It’s great. I mean, you’re listening.”
“So I change five minutes to ten minutes because I’m always going to defend my husband.”
Willis added that she wants to turn the negativity into “something good.”
The model explains:
In the caption, the 44-year-old model also wrote, “I have sat quietly for so long that I am ready to be accepted into this solid and loving community that my family and I have found as we try to lift our family.” It’s ready. Let’s go and return it.”
The “Die Hard” actor previously released a statement in October 2022 that he was working with a company called Deepcake. Create a ‘digital twin’ so he can still appear On a future project, he called it “a whole new and interesting experience for me.”
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