Highly visible anguish on the face Sylvester Stallone in his son's funeral procession, Sage Moonblood Stallone, on Saturday local time. Although the figures are cast Rambo and Rocky himself who led the mourners at the funeral of his son. Behind the sunglasses he wore, Stallone seemed very upset because his son's death very tragic, but he can still bravely leads the funeral.

Gathered with his family, veteran Hollywood actor is off journey forever Sage in Los Angeles, for a funeral procession. Sylvester looks very rigid among the many who came to pay their last respects to Sage at St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church in Los Angeles. After that, the Sage's body is brought to Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles, where he was buried to rest forever.

As reported previously, Sage Stallone last breath at the age of 36 years in a relatively tragic death earlier this month. From the results of an autopsy on the body of Sage stated if the cause of death could not be decided within two months to complete toxicology tests. Although, Sage allegedly died of an overdose on July 13. The cardiologists are investigating this case, after the scene was found about 50 empty bottles of pills near the Sage's body.

At the cemetery, Sylvester requested that Sage's soul is in peace, with no reported strange things about the figure of Sage over the years. Known, since the tragic death of Sage is much speculation that develops in the community even if not accompanied by evidence.

Sylvester said that when parents lose a child, that there is only pain. Therefore, he pleaded for all respect for his son. He also said that his mother, Sasha, love him very much. Sylvester, as parents really want their children to die in peace.

Stallone Sage is the son of Sylvester's first marriage to Sasha Czack. He had played with his father, Sylvester Stallone at the movie Rocky V, released in 1990. He plays Robert Balboa as the son of Rocky Balboa, the son and father in the movie and the real world.

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