Susanna Reid struggled to talk about Good Morning Britain when she discussed Marcus Rashford’s message after England’s Euro 2020 defeat.
Manchester United star And his England teammates Jadon Sancho and Bokayo Saka were racially abused after losing in a penalty shootout in the final of the big tournament.
A wall of 23-year-old Marx in Washington was also riddled with insults and graffiti within an hour of the three lions losing to Germany.
However, the community has rallied together and replaced the black and white wall – which is close to where the footballer Winshaw lived with his family before leaving – with messages of love and support for his hero.
Monday night Marx said he was in tears “After seeing the response from the parties who had always wrapped their arms around me, they kept holding me.”
He also apologized to the audience, saying: “I can fine my sleep, so why not?” But he added that he would “never apologize” for who he was.
The tweet also shared photos with letters from school children expressing their love for the footballer along with Marx.
Speaking on Tuesday morning GMB Along with Richard Medley, Susan called the social media post “incredibly moving.”
She then burst into tears as she tried to read a letter sent to Marx, who, through a nine-year-old named Dexter, had campaigned to quench the children’s hunger. He was “impressed” by the footballer for helping them. Fortunate
As she struggled to read the message, she said: “I hope Marx will feel everything from this letter and all the messages of help.”
Fifty-year-old Susanna struggled with tears as she read a letter from the rest of the youth before speaking to fellow actor Ranveer Singh: “Ranveer, honestly … it’s ridiculous.”
Ranveer also said, “This is England. Dexter’s England, that’s fine.”
“And Marcus Rashford, and Taron Mings and Jadon Sancho, and Bokio Saka and every member of that squad,” Susanna added.
Ranveer added: “The thing is, it goes to the heart of what he wants for our children.
“My son, on his way to school, has talked about the racism he is facing. He will be nine years old.
“But you think about it all the time and you get the privilege if you don’t have to think about it and you only have to think about the time when your hero is in trouble. “
“GMB co-star Andy Peters walks with her all the time and you can’t” shake her, “he said.
“Whenever he is here and the privilege is chosen,” Ranveer added.
Susanna said she hopes the team will “realize how many people love her, are proud of her and how many people she has influenced.”
Afterwards, the audience of the presenters appreciated his emotional speech.
“Ranveer Susanna, I am crying with you this morning as a mother and grandmother, this is heartbreaking. It is important to continue this morning on your report that we must end hate racism once and for all. do.”
Another said: “Just watching, my heart broke for Ranveer, he wanted to put my hand through the TV and give him a big hug. But never understand the white privilege, because I don’t have the privilege. I understand it now. I’m sorry Ranveer. Big hug. “
“GMB you nailed it again … very emotional this morning, we have to get rid of this vertical soap box to talk to people to hurt and target people. “While they hid there … England worked, I’m very proud of our team! GMB did well,” added a third.
A fourth said: “It shocked me and made me feel better in the kitchen this morning. During the day, TV has a unique focus and power on how it can reach the audience in unexpected ways.”
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