Bruce Willis (67) finished his career. According to his family, the Hollywood star was recently diagnosed with aphasia, which affects his cognitive abilities. Aphasia is a speech disorder that can occur after brain damage. “It is for this reason and after careful consideration that Bruce is retiring from his career, which has meant a lot to him,” Rumer Willis’s daughter, 33, wrote on Instagram to her dad’s “big supporters”.
“This is a truly difficult time for our family and we are so grateful for your continued love, sympathy and support.” Bruce’s wife Emma Heming Willis, ex-wife Demi Moore, 59, and Rumer’s daughters, Scout, Talula, Mabel and Evelyn Willis continue to write: “We’re going through this as a strong family unit and wanted to include his fans because we know how much he means to you, just as you mean.” They concluded with a quote from her father, husband, and ex-husband: “Live her.” They, as a family, now intend to do just that.
Aphasia usually occurs after brain damage
Aphasia is an acquired language disorder that usually occurs after brain damage. So aphasia can arise as a result of various diseases, such as stroke, traumatic brain injury, cerebral hemorrhage or tumors. Why does Bruce Willis suffer from aphasia?