- 'Please ignore this stupidity,' Sylvester Stallone tweeted
- Sylvester Stallone's brother Frank also dismissed the death hoax
- It upset my 96-year-old mother so I'm doubly upset: Frank
Sylvester Stallone's latest Instagram post shows him messing around with his daughters Sistine and Sophia. "Locking my daughters outside during a slight hail storm. It's so great to be back from the Dead," he wrote.
Sylvester Stallone's brother Frank Stallone was extremely upset with the 'ridiculous' reports and gave his statement on social media. The 67-year-old singer tweeted that his mother was upset after the reports of Sylvester Stallone's death and that he doesn't "find any humor in this fake post." He 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-year-old mother so I'm doubly upset. I just can't understand what makes these sick minded people tick?"
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 (@Stallone) February 19, 2018
Sylvester Stallone in not new to death hoax as rumours of his death floated on social media in September 2016 too. At that time, Sylvester Stallone did not address the false reports directly and instead posted this picture with Russian boxer Sergey Kovalev.
Sylvester Stallone was last seen in 2015's Creed. He was the voice of the character Stakar Ogord in 2017's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. His upcoming film is Escape Plan 2: Hades.