WWE Superstars Took To Twitter To Support Bullied Student Keaton Jones


The original video, posted by Keaton's mother, has been viewed more than 18 million times on Facebook.

Now that the mother and son's conversation has gone viral, plenty of people have offered their support for Keaton - including Captain America himself.

That didn't sit well with Titans tight end Delanie Walker who posted his own video on social media saying the bullying needs to stop.

Athletes who have reached out to Keaton include Tennessee Titans tight end Delanie Walker, former National Football League wide receiver Donté Stallworth and University of Tennessee wide receiver Tyler Byrd, who tweeted that he and some of his Volunteers teammates plan to visit Keaton's school in Knoxville on Tuesday. The bullies "put milk on me and put ham down my clothes, throw bread on me".

If you haven't been near a computer screen today, Keaton is the middle schooler whose tearful question - "Just out of curiosity, why do they bully?" - just might become a rallying cry of the anti-bullying movement.

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He says: "They make fun of my nose".

"Hey Keaton... I just wanted to say I think you are awesome..." Why do they find joy in taking innocent people and find a way to be mean to them? Some people are different, they don't need to be criticised about it. In the clip, he is leaving school early because he was afraid to go to lunch because of the bullying. We all know how it feels to want to belong, but only a select few know how it really feels not to belong anywhere.

But support for Keaton extended beyond just Tennessee. Multiple WWE Superstars have tweeted kind words to Keaton, as well as a wide array of celebrities and athletes.

Avengers: Infinity War (which we can't wait to see Keaton at the premiere of) will debut on May 4th, 2018. "Don't ever let anyone make you feel anything else".