Robin Williams’ daughter just begged fans to stop doing this
Zelda williams has a serious demand for his father’s fans. After a video of an actor making an impression of Robin williams went viral, people started sending it to her 32-year-old daughter on social media. So many people have done this that Zelda has taken to social media to implore her followers to stop forwarding her videos like this, especially because of the peculiar scene that is depicted.
Robin died seven years ago. All of her children have spoken publicly about her death since, and in Zelda’s case that has included setting some boundaries when it comes to her interactions with her fans on social media. Read on to see what she had to say, especially about the viral print video she’d like to avoid.
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On October 11, an actor named Jamie costa posted a video on his YouTube account titled “ROBIN test sequence scene. “In it, he reimagines a moment that Robin experienced on the set of his late ’70s sitcom, Mork & Mindy. A named actor Sarah Murpheus play his Mork & Mindy co-featured Pam Dawber. Costa portrays Robin entering the character of Mork in his trailer, but the scene quickly turns dramatic when Dawber reveals that his friend and fellow comedian Jean Belushi is dead.
According to IndieWire, Costa had previously gone viral when he uploaded a video compilation of himself making impressions of Robin’s various characters shortly after his death. The video, titled “Never Had a Friend Like Him,” is no longer on Costa’s YouTube page, but it can always be found online. In response to the new video, many commentators on YouTube have said Costa is set to star in a full biopic about the actor.
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Naturally, while some Robin fans might like to see Costa’s video, his daughter didn’t have the same reaction. “Guys, I’m only saying this because I don’t think it will stop until I recognize itâ¦ please stop sending me the ‘test images'” Zelda wrote on Twitter October 12, the day after Costa uploaded the video. “I saw it. Jamie is SUPER talented, it’s not against him, but you all spam me a feeling of my late dad one of his saddest days is weird.”
Shortly after Robin’s death, Zelda received abusive and disturbing messages on Twitter and Instagram. In response, she stopped using the apps for a while, as reported by CNN. Since then, Zelda has returned to social media, but made sure to give herself room to grieve properly. On the anniversary of Robin’s death, she avoids Twitter. âAs I have said in the past, while I am constantly touched by all of your continued and unlimited love for him, on some days it can feel a bit like being seen as a roadside memorial – a place, not a person – where people drive past and leave their feelings to then spend their days comforted their love for him witnessed ” she wrote in August 2020.
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