Game of Thrones actor John Bradley has sent a tweet to English professional footballer Marcus Rashford, who plays as a forward for Premier League club Manchester United, to praise his effort for children in the United Kingdom.
On June 15, the 22-year-old football star penned an open letter to the members of parliament and asked that children will continue to receive free school meal vouchers during the holidays.
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson, backed down on Rashford’s campaign for free school meals over the summer. The spokesperson said families will receive a voucher for free school meals at the end of the semester that covering 6 weeks of summer holidays.
Here’s the official statement of PM:
“The PM welcomes his contribution to the debate around poverty and respects the fact he has been using his profile as a leading sportsman to highlight important issues.”
Bradley jumped to Twitter to show how he proud of Rashford after his outstanding effort for children. In the tweet, he described him as an exceptional, empathetic, and kind-hearted lad.
Here’s what John Bradley wrote:
“I have so many reasons to be proud of Marcus Rashford. He plays for my club and my international side AND he’s from Wythenshawe in Manchester, like me. But mostly I’m proud of him for being an exceptional, empathetic, and kind-hearted lad.”
Check out the Twitter post below.
I have so many reasons to be proud of @MarcusRashford. He plays for my club and my international side AND he’s from Wythenshawe in Manchester, like me. But mostly I’m proud of him for being an exceptional, empathetic and kind-hearted lad. 👏#MarcusRashford
— John Bradley (@johnbradleywest) June 16, 2020