Frank Stallone also came out to let everyone know his brother hadn't passed away. The reports began floating around the internet on Monday, claiming that Stallone died after a battle with prostate cancer.
Brother Frank Stallone took to his Social media accounts to announce that the news of his brother's death is a hoax. Sly posted to Instagram saying, "Please ignore the stupidity". He said that he is very upset with these false rumors because he is very protective of his older brother. "So Stallone power goes on", according to the Daily Mail. That is so ridiculous, demented.' We don't think that these types of things are really great and we aren't in favor of it.
Bizzare claims surfaced on social media forcing Stallone's brother to clarify the situation.
This whole thing started on the Internet and a people started talking about weird hoax claiming Sylvester Stallone has died.
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The said site actually specializes in celebrity death hoaxes.
Are you one of the many fans that were fooled by the rumors? Moreover, it seems that some fans didn't believe him and shared "rest in peace" pictures even after he dismissed the rumors as false. "I hate the Internet", another Twitter user commented once they realized the truth.
The rumor first started on Facebook. "Silvester Stallone is NOT dead", declared another user.
On Valentines Day he shared a snap of himself pumping iron in the gym captioned: "Pushing the limits!" It features Stallone as Balboa, Jordan as his protégé Adonis Creed, Lundgren as old nemesis Ivan Drago, and Romanian boxer Florian Munteanu, who plays Drago's son Viktor.