Frank Stallone Apologizes to Mark Rylance for Oscars Rant, Manages to Insult Him Again Anyway

“I want to apologize to Michael Rylance,” whoever he is, Sylvester Stallone‘s brother tweets

Way to find room in your mouth for the other foot, Frank Stallone.

After insulting Mark Rylance following his Best Supporting Actor Oscar win for “Bridge of Spies,” Sylvester Stallone‘s brother broke down and apologized profusely to the actor via Twitter on Tuesday.

While also getting Rylance’s name wrong.

Blaming his trash talk on an “emotional spin,” Stallone wrote, “I want to apologize to Michael Rylance I was caught up in an emotional spin. I love my brother and wanted him to win so bad.im so sorry [sic].”

Stallone repeated the gaffe in a subsequent tweet, writing. “Not enough words on Twitter to apologize to Michael Rylance I’m an artist as well an we should cherish art not criticize it [sic].”

The “Far From Over” singer trashed Rylance on Monday morning, after he beat out Sylvester Stallone in the Best Supporting Actor category.

“The Academy should be ashamed of themselves,” Stallone wrote. “It’s as clear as the nose on your face that Sly won. Mark who? It’s total Hollywood bullshit.”

“Creed” star Sylvester Stallone attempted to soften the blow after his sibling’s outburst, blaming the tirade on protectiveness on Frank’s part.

“[P]lease understand my brother is so emotional because he is just very protective and only wants the best for me. Life is good!” Stallone wrote.

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