Frank Stallone, the younger brother of Sylvester Stallone, apologized after a tweet in which he criticized Parkland survivor David Hogg as a "p-y" that went viral.
"For everyone and especially for David Hogg, I want to deeply apologize for my irresponsible words," younger brother Stallone tweeted on Sunday. "Never in a million years would I wish or promote violence to anyone anywhere on this planet." After what these children went through, I am deeply ashamed, please accept my apology Frank "
Stallone initiated a wave of insults on Twitter on Saturday after calling the high school student and the gun control activist a "py", "little bitch" and a "coward", and suggesting that the teenager deserves a "Pumping Blow."
everyone and especially for David Hogg. I want to apologize deeply for my irresponsible words. Never in a million years would I wish or promote violence to anyone anywhere on this planet. After what these children went through, I am deeply ashamed. Please accept my apology. Frank
– Frank Stallone (@Stallone) April 1, 2018
"This David Hogg p-y is getting a little big for his pants," Stallone tweeted. "I'm sure someone his age is dying to hit this rich bitch, watch him run home like the coward he is, he's the worst punk representative of today's youth."
The tweet was removed and Stallone's Twitter account was blocked, but we grabbed a screenshot below.
Reactions came quickly on Saturday, and many took a hit on Stallone & # 39; s invisible career.
He closed his account about 5 minutes ago, so we'll have to wait for him to come out from under his rock to take it away. They are afraid of twitters. ????
– Ignatius, really. (@PHLUBUP) March 31, 2018
Frank Stallone: I am very hard and the young people of Parkland are cowards.
* five minutes later *
Frank Stallone: See what I meant was pic.twitter.com/BsSXEqB3u2
– Alexandra Erin (@alexandraerin) 31 March 2018
I suggest we boycott Frank Stallone, but what about boycotting?
– B. Michael Krol (@bmkrol) March 31, 2018
Yes, Frank Stallone is tough. I bet he would have run into an unarmed school to stop a shooter like Cadet Spanky Bonespurs would. God, I love hard guys.
– Nancy Arone (@NancyArone) March 31, 2018
Ted Nugent, Frank Stallone.
Because making fun of teenage victims is easier than writing shit, almost touching song every 40 years.
– Erik Bransteen (@erikbransteen) March 31, 2018
It's time to boycott Frank Stallone's projects. No one goes to the laundry where he works.
– Pierre Dillinger (@Pierre_Dilinger) March 31, 2018
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