Last week, Ethan Dolan and Grayson Dolan took to social media to announce the sad news of their father’s passing. This week, however, they’re asking that their fans please respect their privacy by not showing up to their dad’s wake and funeral.

Yes, you heard that right. Despite being open about the fact that they need privacy during this extremely trying time, some Dolan Twins superfans have been talking about possibly attending Sean Dolan‘s funeral on social media. We wish we were kidding.

On January 19, a friend of Ethan and Grayson’s, took to Twitter to warn fans not to attend the private event.

“Hello I can’t believe I am saying this but if you see any location information in regards to sean’s funeral please report the account and the post,” YouTuber Ryan Abe said. “This is not a f–king meet and greet, it is a burial. Have some f–king respect.”

Ryan also asked fans not to tweet Ethan and Grayson letting them know that people were trying to attend, since they’re already dealing with enough as it is.

He said, “Also please do not tag e or gray in these tweets, they are off social right now and I don’t want them seeing any of this s–t. If you see any tweets just report them, don’t tag them in it. They don’t need that in their lives right now and I will make sure it goes away.”

Unfortunately, it didn’t take too long for the vloggers to find out that obsessed fans were trying to show up to the service.

On January 22, Ethan tweeted, “If you are a fan of Grayson and I we love you and appreciate you so much. The best way you could support us during this tough time is to NOT show up at our father’s wake or funeral. thank you guys and please please please respect my wish.”

His brother echoed his sentiment, explaining that the funeral is really for those who were close to their dad and need to say goodbye.

“We want this ceremony to be an opportunity for the people who had a close connection with my Dad to say goodbye and pay their respects,” Grayson said. “We appreciate all of our fans so so much. Please respect My father Sean, Ethan, my family, and me send your love through social media only!”

He added, “Your kind posts about my Dad have been heartwarming. Thank you all. Again, please do not show up to his wake, funeral, or any of his services.”

To be honest, it’s totally shocking that some fans think it’s appropriate to show up to the funeral and wake, especially since Ethan and Dolan have both expressed their need for privacy as they grieve. Still, there’s no way of knowing whether certain hardcore fans will respect their wish, but we’re really, really hoping they do.

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