January 20, 2022 4:21 pm

Actress Abigail Breslin’s strong and heartbreaking response after she was teased for wearing a chinstrap

Amid the growing wave of infections from the omicron and delta variants, the actress from Little Miss Sunshine, Abigail Breslin starred in a strong back and forth on social media with a follower who made fun of her for wearing a chinstrap in situations where it is not possible to respect social distance.

It all started this Monday, after the actress shared on her Instagram account a photo in which she is seen with a group of friends on the Big Apple roller coaster, in a famous hotel-casino in Las Vegas. Among the dozen comments that his publication garnered, one caught the attention of Breslin. “Who is the pathetic loser in a mask?”said that comment.

And the actress’s response was not long in coming. “That pathetic loser would be me, someone who lost his father because someone did not wear a mask and gave him Covid”, wrote. And he added, without filter: “Can you kindly go to hell now.”

In a new post, Abigail shared that first exchange and accompanied it with the following caption: “I’m sorry, I’m not sorry. Although I love ignorant comments (sarcasm, obviously), I just can’t tolerate them from someone with the username ‘chesty1987 ′ ”.

Far from being intimidated, that user continued commenting on the actress’s posts, with the same intention of doing harm. “I’m pretty sure wearing a mask doesn’t save anyone’s life. Clearly, I know more than she does if she believes that someone who wasn’t wearing a mask killed her father when the reality is that he was weak. “he commented.

This Tuesday, Breslin made a third post with the exchange between that user and other of his followers and wrote: “I would love for everyone to be able to report this person. Saying that my dad died because he was ‘weak’ is something I will not tolerate ”.

Among the comments of that user that the actress shared, there was a response to another follower that said:“I never wore a chinstrap and I never got sick once (laughing emoji). It must be a miracle, right? Oh, and I’m going to say what I want, if I don’t like it, don’t read me and move on with your life. “

In February of last year, Breslin reported, also through his networks, about the death of his father, at the age of 78. “My daddy … Oh! Wow! It’s hard to write this. More difficult than I thought. I am in shock and devastated. At 6:32, my sweet, perfect, amazing, heroic, wonderful dad passed away after my family and I said goodbye. It was Covid-19 that shortened my sweet dad’s life too much “, wrote.

He continued: “I appreciate more than you think the love and support that my family and I have received. Above all, I want to remind my dad for who he was. My dad was funny, boisterous, tenacious, rebellious, smart, sweet, amazing human being. He loved life. He loved his family. He loved simple things … He loved a cup of coffee (black, heated for 66 seconds), (…) He loved dogs, cats and all animals, and especially he loved listening to funny stories about my pets in particular. (…) He loved taking pictures and flying planes and good dinners and music from the 50s and 60s. (…) He loved me and he loved my brothers and he loved my mom. And we love it. And we always will. I miss you dad. I can’t wait to see you again. I will never, never, never forget you. To the moon and back. I love you forever”.

In June, for Father’s Day, Breslin shared a photo of her father with her in his arms as a baby and accompanied it with another meaningful text: “I wanted to wish a happy Father’s Day to all the amazing parents and all those who sadly don’t They are here to celebrate with us. This is the first Father’s Day where I can’t call my dad and laugh or joke about something. I still have his gift, which I bought ahead of time, in my closet. It’s a coffee mug that says ‘If I had another dad, I’d beat him up and come looking for you.’ Stupid and crazy, I know. But I do not retract. Today I have had several different emotions. Anger, sadness, frustration, bitterness … But above all I am happy. I had an amazing father and I still have him. It is simply not here in the physical form that I would like. (…) For all those who do not live today as a celebration, I see you and I am with you. It’s okay to feel what you need or want to feel. It’s okay to have that huge pot of ice cream or that extra glass of wine. It’s okay to scream and cry until you burst a blood vessel and it’s okay to laugh and remember. It’s okay to love your dad too, if you still have it, and I urge you to do so. For those who have parents in heaven, you are part of my tribe. A tribe you never wanted to be a part of and never expected to be. But we are. And I am here for you. I send you my love … And happy first father’s day in heaven, dad. I love you so much and I miss you with all my heart. I hope you are up there with all the other dads, glowing and smiling at their loved ones. “


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