After the free lunch extension plan was rejected by the British government, Rashford lashed out at Boris.
The Manchester United striker launched a petition urging the government to address child hunger by extending the food stamp deadline. But the British government issued a statement on Thursday in response, saying: "We extended free school meals during the epidemic because the school was partially closed during the lockdown. But we are in a different situation now."
"Schools should not provide students with food on a regular basis during the holidays. We believe that the best way to support families outside of school is through universal credit, rather than government subsidies for food.
Rashford responded quickly on social media, writing sternly on his Twitter account: "Merry Christmas, children... The food bank was not meant to provide food to millions of British children, but we I did it. Food poverty has increased by 250% and is rising... Although this situation will not disappear anytime soon, neither will I..."
The 22-year-old's words indicate that he will not give up his fight, and that he and Boris may clashed again in the near future.