After months of campaigning for vulnerable kids to be fed, Marcus Rashford has been forced to defend his use of his own well earned money to invest in property. The Daily Mail attacker is not just ridiculous but unfortunate.
The Daily Mail Must Have Something Sinister Against Successful Young Black Men And It Shows in Every Single Coverage The Write On These Footballers.
Manchester United forward, Marcus Rashford, has reacted to the ridiculous article written by Andy Buckwell and Max Aitchison that got appeared on the Daily Mail official website. The report (on Rashford) by the Daily Mail was about calling out the English young star for buying five new houses worth a huge amount of money.
Rashford responded to the article with the following tweet: “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.”
From the headline: “Campaigning football star Marcus Rashford has bought five luxury homes…”, it is easier to tell that it’s because Rashford dared to campaign for the Conservative government to actually become more responsible and protect people its policies are harming the main reason he’s under this sort of attack from the media.
Marcus Rashford key contribution to helping vulnerable children during the pandemic period should bring nothing but respect to him but this is not the first time the Daily Mail has been coming up with this sort of content – The Daily Mail, in the past (four years ago), criticized Raheem Sterling for being both extravagant and too parsimonious.