‘I’m furious.’ Naga Munchetty is on the verge of swearing as she fumes about the defacement of the Rashford mural.
Following England’s loss to Italy in the Euro 2020 final, NAGA MUNCHETTY reacted to the defacement of a mural depicting Marcus Rashford.
Naga Munchetty, 46, expressed her displeasure to her Radio 5 Live listeners on Monday morning, following England’s Euro 2020 defeat, which provoked fan violence and outrage. Thugs attacked spectators on video, while others online hurled vile insults at the players, including racist remarks directed towards Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho, and Bukayo Saka, who all missed penalties in the 3-2 shootout on Sunday night. It was also rumored that Raheem Sterling would be targeted.
I don’t think I’ve ever swore on broadcast, but these individuals have a name.
Naga Munchetty is a character in the film Naga Munchetty
Millions of people have expressed their displeasure with the racist statements, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson denouncing the abhorrent behavior and ordering those who took part in it to “crawl back under the rock from whence you sprang.”
Following England’s defeat to Italy, a mural of Rashford, which was commissioned in appreciation of his work to combat child food poverty, was similarly vandalized with graffiti.
Shortly after the match, the artwork in Withington, Manchester, was damaged, with multiple swear words and the name “Saka” scrawled across part of his face.
Naga’s voice shook with rage as she spoke about the mindless damage on her show.
As her co-star Michelle read the news headlines about the tragedy, she muttered despondently, “I’m so upset.”
“I don’t think I’ve ever swore on broadcast, but these individuals have a name.”
Greater Manchester Police have opened an investigation after receiving a report of racially aggravated damage at around 2 a.m. on Monday.
People have posted love hearts with messages of support for Rashford on the mural since the result, and there has been an outpouring of support for the star on social media.
“Role model,” “wonderful human,” and “hero” are among the encouraging remarks scrawled on a red heart.
Gareth Southgate, the team captain, also spoke out about the abuse he and his teammates had received.
“It’s unforgivable that some of [the athletes]have been abused,” he remarked.
“I’m aware that a significant amount of funding has come from outside the United States. Those that keep track of such things have been able to explain it. However, not all of it.”
“It’s just not what we stand for,” he continued.
“We’ve been a lighthouse in bringing people together.”Brinkwire Summary News”.