Bruce Willis, the retired Hollywood actor known for his roles in movies like Unbreakable and Die Hard, made a rare public appearance over the weekend after losing his speech and personality to dementia. Bruce Willis’s public appearance amid dementia battle. The 68-year-old appeared in public over the weekend in Los Angeles as he was spotted sitting in the passenger seat of a black vehicle. The former actor was sporting a black hoodie for his outing.
According to the Mirror, Bruce is suffering from frontotemporal dementia (FTD). Like any other form of dementia, FTD typically develops slowly and gradually progresses over the years. NHS states, “FTD causes problems with behaviour and language. Bruce retired from acting following his diagnosis with aphasia in 2022, as his family revealed that the condition has severely affected the former actor’s cognitive abilities.
In a February 2023 update regarding Bruce’s health, his family revealed that the Die Hard star’s condition has progressed. Bruce’s family spreads awareness regarding the disease. Bruce’s family has been actively raising awareness regarding the health concerns faced by the beloved actor. His 45-year-old wife, Emma Hemming Willis, and his daughters have been actively participating in TV interviews and social media campaigns to raise awareness about the medical complexities faced by Bruce.
In other news – Murdah Bongz expresses gratitude following his SAMA wins
Bongani Mohosana professionally known as Mörda or Murdah Bongz expressed gratitude following his two wins at the South African Music Awards 2023. The SAMA 29 had lots of musicians return home with big smiles, and Murdah was one of them as he won the Best Dance Album and Remix of the Year.
Taking to social media, he appreciates people who supported and contributed to the success of his Asante album. Read more