Manchester United star takes a bold stand against online abuses to players.
Manchester United star Marcus Rashford has talked about the online abuses that they are subjected to in various social media platforms and called an end about it.
Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford and other team mates.
The star was subjected to racist abuse after his club went into a goalless draw with Arsenal a fortnight ago. This seems to have provoked the Manchester United star to an extent of seeking to address the remarks and also call an end to them.
"It should be easy to end online abuses and make social media a place for good" said Rashford.
This has brought an attention to the footballing governing body is to sign an open letter to various social media companies demanding an action. To those the letter was addressing include Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Facebook founder chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
The star went ahead to call the companies to delete the abusive accounts with immediate effect to stop the trend and also act a warning to others who may be trying abuse others on social Media.
It now remain for time to tell whether the companies involved would take action against the abusive accounts in their platforms.
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