Tallulah Willis Calls Out ‘Cruel’ Comment About Dad Bruce

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Tallulah Willis calls out 'cruel' and 'sick' comment one Instagram user made about her dad Bruce. ABOVE: Tallulah Willis attends the FASHION TRUST U.S. Awards 2024.

Tallulah Willis is not letting online trolls get away with being rude.

On Thursday, the 30-year-old uploaded a screenshot of a brief but "brutal" conversation she had in the comments section of one of her recent posts and publicly scolded the Instagram user for their uncalled-for reply in the caption.

"Shamelessly calling out this a--hole 😮‍💨," she wrote, referencing the very insensitive and "sick" statement the stranger shared about her father, Bruce Willis, and his ongoing battle with frontotemporal dementia (FTD), which read: "Her Brain is more mushed than bruce."

At the time, she replied, "omg lol brutal dude."

Tallulah then used her platform to remind fans to be kind online. "Pilafs internet can be a rough place, stay safe out there bbs," she concluded in the caption of her June 6 post.

Among those supporting Tallulah for her actions was her older sister, Scout, who chimed in, joking, "If your brain is mush, then I don’t wanna be firm!!!"

Another fan suggested that she should have given the troll more attitude, writing, "You were nicer than he deserved."

"Sending love. People can go so cruel," fashion blogger Ari Seth Cohen added in part.

"This hurt me as if Bruce was my dad. Sick. 😢," someone else wrote, noting that it's also "sad [his family] had to see something like that."

Tallulah is the youngest of Bruce and ex Demi Moore's three daughters. The former couple, who were married for 13 years before divorcing in 2000, are also the parents of Scout, 32, and Rumer, 35.

All three of the girls, their movie star mother and their stepmom, Emma Heming Willis–whom Bruce married in 2009 before welcoming daughters Mable, 12, and Evelyn, 10–have been outspoken about the retired actor's health since he went public with his aphasia diagnosis in 2022 which developed into FTD about a year later as a way of educating about the neurodegenerative disease.

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