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Robin Williams’ daughter asks fans to stop sending her direct impressions of her father ‘on one of his saddest days’










Zelda, the daughter of Robin Williams, asked fans to stop sending links to actor Jamie Costa’s new viral video impersonating her late father.

While the 32-year-old called the South Carolina comedian “super talented” in a new tweet, she begged followers to stop “spamming” her with the impression of her father “on one of his saddest days.”

“Guys, I’m only saying this because I don’t think it will stop until I acknowledge it… please, stop sending the ‘test images’,” she asked Tuesday.

Painful: Robin Williams’ daughter Zelda asked fans to stop sending links to actor Jamie Costa’s new viral video impersonating her late father; seen in 2019

Zelda made sure to make it clear that she has nothing against Costa, but thought it was “weird” that people keep tagging her to view images that she finds painful.

The actress’ tweet received more than 18,200 likes and supportive comments, praising her for handling the situation with grace.

August 11 marked the seventh anniversary of Robin’s shocking suicide, aged 63, after suffering from Lewy Body dementia.

Tragic: August 11 marked the seventh anniversary of Robin's shocking suicide death, aged 63, after suffering from Lewy Body dementia (pictured in 2006)

Tragic: August 11 marked the seventh anniversary of Robin’s shocking suicide death, aged 63, after suffering from Lewy Body dementia (pictured in 2006)

While the 32-year-old called the South Carolina-based comedian

While the 32-year-old called the South Carolina comedian “super talented” in a new tweet, she begged followers to stop “spamming” her with the impression of her father “on one of his saddest days.”

In Costa’s five-minute video, he portrays the Mrs. Doubtfire star on the set of Mork and Mindy learning that his friend John Belushi overdosed after partied together in 1982.

Zelda has been open about struggling to mourn her father next to the world.

Last year she wrote, “It is hard for me on regular good days to remain the person who is expected to graciously accept the world’s need to share their memories of him and express their condolences for his loss.”

Grieving: Last year she wrote,

Grieving: Last year she wrote, “It’s hard for me on a normal good day to remain the person who is expected to graciously accept the world’s need to share their memories of him and extend their condolences for his loss.” ‘ (photo in 2005)

“As I’ve said in the past, while I’m constantly touched by all your boundless ongoing love for him, some days it can feel a bit like being seen as a roadside memorial – a place, not a person – where people drive by and leave their feelings behind and then pass their days comforted that their love for him was seen,” she continued.

“But sometimes,” Zelda added, “I get emotionally buried under a pile of other people’s memories instead of my own. After all, even roses in the truckload still weigh a ton.’

Speaking of the anniversary of her father’s death, she concluded, “Tomorrow is just too much.”

Too much: She previously wrote that all the messages and posts were overwhelming and

Too much: She previously wrote that all the messages and posts were overwhelming and “emotes her emotionally under a pile of other people’s [sic] memories instead of my own’

Lief: In 2020, she shared a sweet throwback of her and Robin playing paintball.  “Miss your daily poppo.  Especially this crazy smile and the big smile that came with it'

Lief: In 2020, she shared a sweet throwback of her and Robin playing paintball. “Miss your daily poppo. Especially this crazy smile and the big smile that came with it’

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