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Sylvester Stallone Shares A New Photo From ‘Rocky Steps’ To Demand Justice For Sad Deaths

Sylvester Stallone Shares A New Photo From ‘Rocky Steps’ To Demand Justice For Sad Deaths

Iconic Hollywood actor and action movies star, Sylvester Stallone, posted a new photo of the Philadelphia Museum of Art on Instagram and showed his support against police brutality and racism.

Following the devastating death of George Floyd, the riots have been continuing in many states, and the protesters demand justice for the deaths such as George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, who were killed by the police officers.

Today, the 73-year-old actor shared the photo of the stairs of the Philadelphia Museum of Art where the demonstrators wrote the names of those who were victims of police violence and brutality. The 72 stone steps have become known as the ‘Rocky Steps‘ as a result of a scene from the Rocky 2 movie, which was released in 1979.

Sly left a meaningful message to raise his voice for the justice of the sad deaths:

“Ascending to Justice !!! The Yo Philly Rocky Film Tour.”

An Instagram follower commented:

“For the people that keep saying all lives matter all lives won’t truly matter until black lives matter.”

Another fan penned:

“A lot different than your brother.”

See the Instagram photo below.

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