On their podcast titled Unwaxed, Sistine and Sophia Stallone apparently open up about a lot of personal things. That being said, in an interview for HollywoodLife, they promoted the podcast, revealing what fans can look forward to finding out!

They talked about their father, Sylvester Stallone, as well as their dating lives!

More precisely, one very interesting topic of discussion was about how their dad has actually helped them break up with former boyfriends in the past!

The 22 and 24 year old young women revealed among other things that their father is really good at giving dating advice.

That being said, they have been seeking his help in the past in finding the right way to break up with some of their former boyfriends.

‘He actually gives the best dating advice. In terms of what to say if we do not know how to answer a guy’s text. Or if we are trying to break up with a guy he will give us really good advice…on how to cut him off. There’s guys who have been broken up with, via my dad, and they have no idea.’

Their mother, Jennifer Flavin, and younger sister, Scarlett weigh in on their dating lives as well, apparently!

Sistine revealed that ‘When you date one of us, you date the entire family. So if do not have all our approval you just can’t come into the house. But, if you can pass the test of our whole family and get all 4 yeses across-the-board, you must be a stand up guy.’

Sophia stressed that ‘We are not hard on them. It is not like ‘if you don’t do this or do that then you will not pass the test.’  We’re definitely the most open, fun family, we’re very casual.’

Then Sistine explained that they all want different things.

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For instance, Scarlett wants someone really funny while her mom wants someone who is a gentleman and Sylvester wants someone who has a firm handshake.

‘This is why we’re single,’ both sisters jokingly said at the same time!

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