Rocker Henry Rollins previously slammed Robin Williams' suicide on his essay entitled "Fuck Suicide" for the LA weekly newspaper.

In the infamous essay, Williams criticized people who commit suicide, including the "Patch Adams" actor himself, according to the Toronto Sun.

"How in the hell could you possibly do that to your children? I don't care how well adjusted your kid might be, choosing to kill yourself, rather than to be there for that child, is every shade of awful, traumatic and confusing. I think as soon as you have children, you waive your right to take your own life," he wrote.

"No matter what mistakes you make in life, it should be your utmost goal not to traumatize your kids. So, you don't kill yourself," he added.

After receiving negative feedback for his article, the former Black Flag front man wrote an open letter entitled "An Apology," through his official website, where he apologized for his previous statements, Pitchfork reported.

"The article I wrote in the LA Weekly about suicide caused a lot of hurt...  That I hurt anyone by what I said, and I did hurt many, disgusts me. It was not at all my intent but it most certainly was the result," he wrote.

"I am not asking for a break from the caning, take me to the woodshed as much as you see fit. If what I said has caused you to be done with me, I get it... I am deeply sorry. Down to my marrow. I can't think that means anything to you, but I am. Completely sorry. It is not of my interests to hurt anyone but I know I did. Thank you for reading this," he concluded.

As of late, it is unclear whether or not Williams' family has read Rollins' essay and apology. They have not released an official statement to date.