Sylvester Stallone has rubbished the bizarre rumors of his death with some Tweets and an Instagram post with his daughters. Rambo actor shared a screenshot of the news that rocked the internet and asked his followers to ignore the stupidity.
Sylvester Stallone took to Instagram to share a series of post refuting the rumors currently going on the web. Rubbishing the rumors, he posted a screenshot with a caption that reads, “Please ignore this stupidity… Alive and well and happy and healthy… Still punching!”
In another post, he shared a video with his two daughters with a caption that reads, “Locking my daughters outside during a slight hail storm… It’s so great to be back from the Dead!!! @sistinestallone @sophiastallone”
Earlier the death rumors of Sylvester Stallone started when a Facebook post popped up suggesting that the actor died after battling prostate cancer. The report spread like a wildfire and several RIP messages to the actor started surfacing. The post also featured some photos of the actor, where he looked unwell. In an Instagram post, Stallone’s brother Frank revealed that those photos were from Sylvester Stallone’s make-up van from the sets of 2015 film Creed.
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This picture was posted of my brother by the low life who said he was dead. This photo is from the make up trailer on the set of Creed. Who raised these cretans anyway that they would find humor in someone’s passing? This person@rockybalboa should be thrown off social media and locked up!
Sylvester Stallone’s brother Frank was very unhappy with these ridiculous reports and expressed his frustration in a statement on social media. He tweeted that his mother was very upset after the reports of Sylvester Stallone’s death rumors. The 67-year-old singer tweeted,
“I’m very protective of my older brother and I don’t find any humor in this fake post today on my brothers demise. It upset my 96 yr old mother so I’m doubly upset. I just can’t understand what makes these sick minded people tick?@seanhannity @greggutfeld @FoxNews”
Frank Stallone also shared a video on Facebook and Instagram. In the video, he said that the death hoax is “not funny and not cool.”
It is not the first time for Sylvester Stallone, as his death rumors were also flooded in September 2016.
On the work front, Sylvester Stallone will next star in Escape Plan 2: Hades.