Word on the Street: Zelda Williams shuts down accounts after being attacked on social media

After some nasty attacks on social media, Robin Williams' daughter shut down her accounts, causing a lot of people to start talking about what's appropriate

Others pointed out that Williams should just stay

Others pointed out that Williams should just stay positive and not let the attacks bother her.

THE BRONX - After some nasty attacks on social media, Robin Williams' daughter shut down her accounts, causing a lot of people to start talking about what's appropriate on Facebook and Twitter.

News 12 The Bronx hit the street to find out how residents feel about her decision.

Most agreed that it was highly unacceptable and disrespectful for social media users to essentially bully Williams' daughter.

Others pointed out that she should just stay positive and not let the attacks bother her.

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