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Sylvester Stallone confirms he's alive, 'still punching' following death rumors

23 February 2018

Stallone's brother Frank revealed in his Instagram post that the pictures were actually from Sylvester Stallone's make-up trailer on the sets of 2015 film Creed.

Over the weekend, a large number of social-media posts were morning and honoring the memory of the supposedly late actor Sylvester Stallone. Stallone confirmed on social media that he was alive and urged his fans to ignore stupidity.

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"Alive and well and happy and healthy", he continued. Even, actors" brother slammed and said "sick and cruel' trolls who spread the rumor. "So Stallone power goes on". 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.

This isn't the first occasion when that incorrect messages of Sylvester's destruction had overflowed social media.

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A furious fan debunked the rumour and said: "So the sick hoaxes have started again!"

If you are one of those people still asking "Is Sylvester Stallone dead?', the answer is a big no. Silvester Stallone is NOT dead", declared another user. Serving vengeance thirty toes deep, Sylvester Stallone's on-screen personality ironically brushes with death on a month by month basis.

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Fans were sharing "rest in peace" graphics claiming Stallone had passed from prostate cancer. The hoax may have started on Facebook, but it was not posted by the company themselves. "I hate the Internet", another Twitter user commented once they realized the truth. Just last week, he shared a photo of himself working out hard at the gym. The movie's plot deals somewhat with the fictional character of Rocky Balboa dealing with cancer.

Sylvester Stallone confirms he's alive, 'still punching' following death rumors