Celebrities come out in help of bullied Tennessee boy

Posted December 12, 2017

A video showing a tearful Keaton Jones trying to make sense of why he is bullied at his Tennessee middle school has garnered global attention.

During the video Keaton asks "Out of curiosity why do they bully?".

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The video is of him talking to his mom about being bullied.

Since his mum posted the tearful video online, in which he outlined how afraid he was to face bullies at lunchtime, tons of celebrities have come forward to track the kid down and cheer him up, including National Football League tight end Delanie Walker, Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown, and Star Wars' Mark Hamill.

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'They make fun of my nose.

Faith in humanity restored.

Sports writer Jamie O'Grady also voiced his support as well as his anger at the bullies who tormented Jones. This video is heartbreaking! "And I, for sure, don't like that they do it to other people, cause it's not okay!" he exclaims. "I have no friends".

"I think they need to talk to the students more about it and keep a closer eye on them because it goes on".

Fox News host Sean Hannity said: "I will gladly fly them to NYC to be my guests & visit Fox News". Shame on you. I really want to swear so bad.

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"I knew it could be great and I knew it could be very bad, and it has been", she said. Thank u everyone, ' White wrote. "Just stay strong, I guess", Keaton says, gulping.

One of the first to respond to the video was the Tennessee Titans' Delanie Walker, who reached out to Jones and his mother on Twitter Saturday with words of encouragement and an offer of tickets to a Titans game.

'We going to the middle school next Tuesday show young Man some love we will also TWITTER LIVE some of it so everyone can show there love and support #vols #StopBullying, ' Byrd tweeted.

The intention was to help out a victim of bullying, but some say they are feeling hustled.

- Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans)Damn right! Walker said that he hoped to raise awareness to bullying in schools.

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