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Friday, February 8, 2013

Sage Moonblood Stallone Was On His Way to the Top But Then...

Sometimes when you read about celebrities, you notice some odd things.  You know that media will not explore certain topics, because they are controlled by editors, and the editors are controlled by owners, and so on.  So pressing questions never get answered. 

When I stumbled upon Sage Moonblood Stallone's tragedy, I saw that some things didn't quite look right.  Here was a son of a successful and well-known Hollywood A-lister, Sylvester Stallone, up and coming and suddenly deceased.  On many news media outlets, it was reported that Sage didn't use drugs.  So if anyone or group implied such, the family was making sure he would not be remembered that way.

Sage produced a short film in 2006, entitled Vic. The movie description is quite simple, an award-winning actor down on his luck after years of not working as an actor is contacted to appear in a film.  In one scene, the has-been actor (something no one who has been out of the industry for a long time wants to be called) is offended that he is asked to come down to read for the director.  He is insulted by this request, because for someone who has already proven his ability for over 30 years, why does he have to come in for a reading?  Just a movie, huh? 

So with this information, I couldn't help, but see how revealing it is.  Sage may have been sharing a tad bit of his dad's personal life in that movie--who knows?  As we all know, Stallone was seen by the public as Rocky and he had a tough guy image that he couldn't get away from even if he tried.  People respected him like they would a boxer even though he didn't professionally box--remember that boxing contest show that he had with Sugar Ray Leonard?  Many years had gone by for Stallone without him starring in those block-buster kind of movies.  Stallone had to make his return. 

Now it is 2013, and Sage's father is back in the spotlight.

Sage had appeared in films with his dad in the past.  He didn't hesitate to share with People magazine as a child back in 1986 about wanting to be with his dad.  He expressed real emotions in a tear-jerking scene in Rocky V where he played Rocky Balboa's son crying out to his dad.  He desired his attention and wanted him to be in his life.  In reality, after 11 years of marriage, Sage's mother and father had divorced.

Sage Moonblood Stallone died on July 13, 2012 at age 36.  His dad was promoting a film at that time.  Weeks prior to his death, family hadn't heard from him so the media reports.  However, Sage's Facebook account showed that 17 hours prior to his body being discovered he had uploaded photos to his social networking page.  When paramedics arrived at Sage's residence, the room where his body was found, was littered with trash and reeked of bad odors, according to the same report. 

Rumors had circulated that Sage had committed suicide, but were quickly dispelled because stories like the following showed he had planned to marry.  See here: Sage Stallone Prior to Death Was Set to Wed

Sage was a man who once was a small boy who wanted his dad's attention like any other child of a dad who works alot.  He most likely wanted to marry, have children of his own, and give them what he couldn't get.  However, as we all know, that no matter what a parent does, if a son or daughter is still angry with mom and dad, he or she may act rebellious and say and do things to defy authority, but commit suicide at 36--I doubt that, but then I don't personally know him either.  Keep in mind, he did put together a short film that could have offended a certain someone or group in the industry. 

As you should know by now, there are many moms and dads in the entertainment world who have taken oaths to be in clubs then when things go bad, they start talking.  Rebellious children can't say and do whatever they want, so the rules most likely apply to the families of these A-listers too.  Notice how many children of entertainers rarely come out and say one bad word about mom or dad and they won't even go so far as to badmouth them just a little in public either.  But if they tried, well a handler could just put them on legal or illegal drugs to quiet them, now couldn't they?


Note:  I could have included many film names in this article, but I refrained to do so because I am not going to advertise for them in this work.  Two mentions are plenty.


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