MANCHESTER UNITED ace Marcus Rashford was swarmed by fans as he visited a black-owned Bronx book shop.
The Lit Bar is the only book store located in all of the Bronx and plays a vital role in helping the local community.
A number of high profile stars have visited the shop including Bronx-born Jennifer Lopez.
Owner Noelle also had a virtual visit from former president Barack Obama.
United ace Rashford is the latest celeb to walk through the doors and he was swarmed by fans.
Rashford signed fans' copies of his book You Are a Champion.
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The England international said on Instagram: "Loved visiting The Lit Bar with Noelle.
"Not only is it independently black-owned, it is the only book store located in all of the Bronx, playing a massive part in community."
Rashford himself does a lot of charity work and received an MBE for his efforts.
Some of his work includes helping the homeless, supporting NHS staff, trying to relieve food poverty and helping vulnerable children get free school meals.
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Rashford wrote an open letter to MPs, urging the government to reverse its decision to not give free school meal vouchers to 1.3million children who are eligible for it.
The government initially refused to U-turn but Rashford's persistence, as well the support of MPs and other celebrities alike, forced a change in policy.
The likes of Sir Keir Starmer, Piers Morgan and Gary Lineker were vocal in their support for the star.
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