Marcus Rashford Deals With Some (Daily) Mail Trouble!

Do you know what’s the difference between Marcus Rashford and Daily Mail?
Marcus Rashford actually does some good for society.

November 14th, 2020 – Daily Mail published an article highlighting how Marcus Rashford has invested in his and his family’s future by buying some real estate. However, they were highlighting this to not praise Marcus but they were trying to mock him. Calling him out as they have done in the past to young footballers. As if Marcus Rashford is trying to spend someone else’s money.

P.S. I purposely choose not to link the Daily Mail article here. Here is a screenshot of the same.

Marcus Rashford Responds On Twitter!

November 15, 2020, Marcus Rashford tweeted – “Ok, so let’s address this,”  “I’m 23. I came from little. I need to protect not just my future but my family’s too. To do that I made a decision at the beg of 2020 to start investing more in property. Please don’t run stories like this alongside refs to ‘campaigning’.”

How Did The Fans React To Marcus Rashford’s Tweet?

Rashford response to Daily Mail on Twitter has gotten more than 364K likes. Fans and people alike have been pouring their love and support for him and the work he is doing for a great social cause to tackle child hunger.

He got the MBE for the fantastic work he is doing off the field. And even on the field playing for Manchester United, he is doing quite well. Fans all around the world love him and stand-by him.

Marcus Rashford is turning out to be a great role model for all young sports personalities around. As he said, he came from very little. He’s a boy who’s dreams came true.

He is teaching all if us a life lesson here. Doesn’t matter our background or the times we are beaten down. It’s up to us how get back up and fight. And once we are in a position to help others, let’s make someone else’s life better.

A true star and an worthy ambassador for Manchester United 💖

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