Demi Moore calls Bruce Willis’ retirement from acting “A Really Challenging Time for Our Family”

Moore informed Bruce Willis’ supporters and admirers that he would be retiring from his acting career in a photo next to the Die Hard actor.

Due to Bruce Willis’ terrible medical prognosis, the family is reportedly going through a “difficult moment,” according to Demi Moore.

“To Bruce’s great supporters, as a family, we wanted to convey that our beloved Bruce has been experiencing some health issues and has recently been diagnosed with aphasia, which is harming his cognitive abilities,” Moore said with a vintage photo of Bruce Willis on social media.

Because of this, and after giving it some thought, Bruce is quitting the job that has meant the world to him.

Aphasia robs a person of their ability to communicate, according to the Mayo Clinic. It may affect a person’s ability to comprehend verbal and written language as well as their speaking and writing abilities.

The condition can also coexist with a number of degenerative diseases, however, it is often brought on by a brain injury or stroke.

“We are so appreciative of your continued love, sympathy, and support at this extraordinarily tough time for our family,” Moore said. ” We’re coping with this as a strong family, and we wanted to engage his fans because we know how important they are to him.”

As Bruce always says, “Live it up, and together we aim to do just that,” the letter concludes.

Emma, Demi, Rumer, Scout, Tallulah, Mabel, and Evelyn” all signed off on it.

Willis, who is 67 years old, has about 120 acting credits listed on IMDB. He first appeared on Broadway stages before transitioning to film roles in the 1980s. Vendetta and a few other movies that are now in post-production will shortly feature the celebrity.

We are heartbroken by this terrible news, but we have faith that Willis and his big family are in good hands.