Zelda Williams asks fans to stop sending her a video of Robin Williams that has gone viral.

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Zelda Williams asks fans to stop sending her a video of Robin Williams that has gone viral.

Actor Jamie Costa’s tribute to the late Robin Williams has reached his daughter, actress Zelda Williams, who has asked fans to refrain from sharing the video to her. Zelda, 32, said the film depicts one of her father’s saddest days, when he learnt of the death of his friend John Belushi. Instead of giving her the video, fans have started sending her cute photographs of pets.

“Guys, I’m only saying this because I don’t think it’ll stop until I acknowledge it… please stop giving me the ‘test film,'” says the author. On Tuesday, Zelda inquired. “It’s something I’ve seen. Jamie is incredibly gifted, and I have nothing against him, but flooding me with an impersonation of my late father on one of his worst days is strange.” She also thanked followers for sending her images of dogs in another tweet. “Btw, may I just say how much I like this new trend of people sending unsolicited pet photos under otherwise depressing posts? Please and thank you for always sending me all of your furry (or scaly/spiky) dependents’ images “she penned

Guys, I’m only saying this because I don’t believe it will stop until I admit it… Please don’t give me any more ‘test footage.’ It’s something I’ve seen. Jamie is incredibly gifted, and I have nothing against him, but bombarding me with an impersonation of my late father on one of his worst days is strange.

Zelda responded on Wednesday to someone who suggested her father would disapprove of her visiting an adult website. Her father, whose stand-up material could be fairly explicit, she was confident, wouldn’t mind. “I mean, we can go see a psychic if you want,” she added, “but I can say with a decent lot of surety that IF there is an afterlife, my social media-hating Dad isn’t now wasting it worrying about the ridiculous jokes I make on Twitter.” This also inspired her to return to Twitter, saying that, “All tweets are a waste of time, good or bad, but it’s your time, so do whatever you want with it! I’m going to say my goodbyes.” On Tuesday, Costa made a social media sensation when he shared a five-minute film titled ROBIN Test Footage Scene, in which he and Sarah Murphree acted out the moment Williams’ Mork & Mindy co-star Pam Dawber (Murphree) informed Williams of Belushi’s death on March 5, 1982. The video has 3.7 million views… Summary of Entertainment News from Brinkwire.

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