Sylvester Stallone admits he writes his daughter’s break-up texts
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Sylvester Stallone goes above and beyond when it comes to helping his daughters and their relationship issues by writing their breakup texts for them.
The formidable Hollywood star, 76, is set to take on the world of reality television, in a brand new series premiering later this week.
In a new interview to promote the Paramount Plus show, Stallone spoke about putting his private life on display.
The upcoming unscripted series focuses on the Stallone and his wife of nearly three decades, Jennifer Flavin, 54, and their three daughters – Sophia, 26, Sistine, 24 and Scarlet, 20.
Fans of the Rambo star will see how he navigates his daughters’ romantic lives – including ending relationships – in The Family Stallone.
Eldest daughter Sophia disclosed just how involved her famous dad is in all of their relationships. Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, she said: “He actually gives the best dating advice to all of us.”
Jennifer continued: “He actually writes their breakup texts.”
The filmmaker confirmed the revelation and added: “Guilty. I’m a good writer.”
Sistine added: “He always wants to end with, ‘Keep punchin’ I delete that part, but everything else is so good.”
We all know the Kardashians are the reigning queens of reality TV, however just because Stallone’s upcoming show is based on the lives of his family, it’s not a carbon copy.
On comparisons to the Kardashians, Sistine had nothing but praise for the family, but said their project would be different. So, that means viewers will not see any scenes involving missing diamond earrings or meltdowns over expensive Bentleys.
“They’ve done it so right. It works for them and there would be no point copying them.”
The Rocky mastermind agreed and said their show will focus on authenticity.
“Because that’s what we are,” he told the publication.
Many fans will likely think Stallone’s venture into reality TV is rather surprising following a hugely successful career on the big screen.
“This would be great to share this notoriety with a reality show while you're still relevant,” he shared.
“I love my daughters; I love my wife; and I wanted to share that," he continued.
"It's something that I think is entertaining.”
The Family Stallone premieres May 17 on Paramount Plus.