Published On: Wed, Sep 14th, 2016

Sylvester Stallone Dead? ‘Rocky Balboa’ Actor Proves He’s Still Alive

Sylvester Stallone just proved to his fans that he is still alive and well after falling victim to the latest offensive death hoax story.

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The Rocky Balboa star recently posted a video on his Instagram account. He was asking his daughter Sophia if regular exercise can contribute to longevity.


“Do you think that exercise makes you live longer?” the 70-year-old asked his daughter. She then responded by saying, “Yah, I think it does actually.”

Stallone then asked Sophia, “So, you think I’ll reach about 300 years?” It is still unclear what prompted the actor to ask such questions, but it appears he is suggesting that he is healthy because he works out always.

Stallone’s latest Instagram post came after a report  surfaced online claiming that the actor is already dead. According to, the cruel story was from a fake CNN story.

The fake story went viral as deceived fans read and shared the shocking news on social media. The heartbreaking news was also accompanied with an edited photo of the actor in a body bag being moved away by a wheeled stretcher from his home in LA.

Sylvester Stallone did not address the fake story, but he has proven to his fans that he is still alive and kicking. Amid the death hoax story, the actor posted an image of himself having a good time with his daughter, Sophia.

Stallone is just the latest victim of internet trolls. Recently, it was rumored that the Mr. Bean star, Rowan Atkinson died after committing suicide.

Just a few weeks after Atkinson’s fake death story, another dreadful online hoax shocked the world. It was alleged that Will Smith’s son, Jaden Smith was dead after taking his own life.

Although the fake death stories were disturbing, Atkinson and Smith did not take the matter seriously. As for Sylvester Stallone, he seems to take everything lightly and just keeps posting images on social media to show to the world that he still alive.


A video posted by Sly Stallone (@officialslystallone) on Sep 12, 2016 at 11:57am PDT

Photo source: Instagram

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