WWE Superstars Took To Twitter To Support Bullied Student Keaton Jones

Sheri Evans
December 11, 2017

Refresh for updates Seems half of Hollywood is reaching out to Keaton Jones - meaning the other half just hasn't yet seen the bullied Tennessee boy's heartbreaking Facebook video. From all of the responses on social media, that someday is now for him. Keaton was sitting in the auto with his mom because he was afraid to go to lunch, and described how the other kids were bullying him.

There was also an outpouring of support - and incredible offers - from the entertainment world as Keaton went from bullied teen to one of the most popular kids on the internet. Dozens, then hundreds, then thousands of people shared Jones's post on Facebook, leading to more than 15 million views in the span of two days.

"They call me ugly, they say I have no friends", he says in the video, his voice breaking as his eyes well up with tears.

As for Keaton, we hope he has the best time at the game with his family. Why do they find joy in taking innocent people and finding a way to be mean to them?

"I don't like that they do it to me".

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Video of bullied Tennessee boy Keaton Jones, whose emotional plea to his mother went viral, has caught the attention of some prominent area athletes, including Titans tight end Delanie Walker. Some people are different, they don't need to be criticised about it.

Millie Bobby Brown, star of Stranger Things, chimed in. I'm sure their parents would not approve of their actions.

Turns out Keaton Jones is going to be the big victor here.

Keaton has received tons of invitations like Evans' since the video has been out, including being invited as Hailee Steinfield's date to the "Pitch Perfect 3" premiere. The Tennessee Volunteers football team also got responded to Keaton's situation, with wide receiver Tyler Byrd expressing his desire to visit Keaton at his school.

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