Sylvester Stallone: Twitter gets me in trouble

sylvester-stallone-celebrities-appear-on-wetten-dass_3894151 Despite the huge popularity of social networks Sylvester Stallone admits he doesn’t understand Instagram and says that these kinds of websites aren’t good for him because they get him into trouble.

The actor found himself in an awkward situation after criticizing Bruce Willis on Twitter and has decided to be more careful with social media in the future.

He explained: ”Every time I use social media I get really in trouble! I think George Clooney said it best when he said you’ve got to be an idiot to be celebrity and use Twitter. You wake up in the morning when you’re sober and your career is over! You’ve got to be really, really careful. You think you’re a genius up there in the middle of the night and you wake up an idiot.”

sylvester-stallone-the-ed-sullivan-theater_3908021Stallone also says that he is not technologically savvy and doesn’t understand the whole idea behind Instagram.

”Everyone keeps wanting me to get on Instagram. Is that for younger people, Instagram? For, like, pervs? ‘Here we are at the hospital getting our back checked’ or ‘I’m on dialysis… here we are!’ I’m really basic with the iPhone. I think I’ve figured out how the camera works and that’s about it. I keep it very simple,” he added.


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4 responses to “Sylvester Stallone: Twitter gets me in trouble”

  1. Damon says:

    Great ideas, Sylvester! Clooney is right, you think you are a smartass at night and feel an idiot in the morning. The social networks are getting people in troubles, especially the celebrities. I do not get the essence of Instagram. Why people waste their time posting pictures and telling new s of their life? Ehy the real communication has been substituted by new posts on internet and showing the moments you want people to know about you. This is just stupid to me.

  2. Lady says:

    Ha ha I totally agree with Sylvester, although I am quite young (I am twenty seven years old), I still think that instagram and twitter is kind of creepy thing. I am sick and tired of my friends who the whole day long are posting what they are doing every single moment, and not to mention the fact that they think everyone around is dying to know and see what they had for lunch and how did it look. Seriously? Now I mean seriously guys?!? Come on, aren’t there some more interesting things to do in this life when discussing each other’s food and tweeting about every single move? And I understand pretty well Sly when he says that we do some silly things while being drunk, and unfortunately all those new social sites are capturing us in those moments, and next day we can lose everything because of it.

  3. Gaby says:

    Lol, I got caught in all those social things as well once, though it was not quite my fault, so I understand Sly pretty well, I have no idea what bad words did he wrote about Bruce Willis, but I am sure he didn’t mean it and probably he done it as a joke, or at the moment he was writing it he thought it is funny, but the next morning on the more clear head it looked not that funny anymore. Awe come on guys we all know how it happens, we all been through situations when we were making mistakes, so Bruce and Sylvester come on, let it be peace and forget all the bad words said previously. Loved you guys in that movie.

  4. Monica says:

    Well if regular people do not realize that all the social networks are true evil than maybe they will understand that if looking on the example of the movie stars that are now going through a not very pleasant situation due to the fact that they didn’t realize how harmful it can be. Now not only Sylvester Stallone feels bad because he wrote something , more likely as a joke, about his friend Bruce Willis, but also Bruce is supposed to not feel very well, as in this kind of situations he is supposed to reply to Stallone with same attitude, which eventually he doesn’t want to do as they are good friends. But sometimes society is pushing some good people to make mistakes that they regret later.