WWE Superstars Took To Twitter To Support Bullied Student Keaton Jones

A kid asked his bullies why they pick on him, and the whole internet answered

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Keaton's questions about bullying clearly struck a chord with more than just his middle school community and his mom's friends on Facebook. "What's the point of it?" he asks his mother while in the passenger seat of a parked vehicle. "Why do you find joy in taking innocent people and finding a way to be mean to 'em?" he asks.

More than 17 million people have viewed the video and almost 360,000 people have shared Kimberly Jones' original Facebook post. They call me ugly.

Snoop Dogg tells Keaton that he's got "friend in me for life".

It wasn't just him, but other kids, too.

Keaton begins shaking his head.

"Bless your heart! It makes me both sad and angry that those kids are picking on you".

"People that are different, don't need to be criticised about it. It's not their fault". Keaton said. "What's the point of it?"

"But if you are made fun of, just don't let it bother you".

"Stay strong, Keaton", tweeted Chris Evans. "It's hard. But...it'll probably get better one day", he says. After those words, he turns away from the camera, and the video ends there.

- As previously reported, WWE world heavyweight champion AJ Styles posted a tweet offering support and advice to a boy who, Keaton Jones, who was being bullied at school.

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Buress refused to get in the police vehicle and after a standoff that lasted several minutes he was pushed inside the patrol unit. One officer then told Buress he was making the process harder, while the other officer appeared to walk away in frustration.

In a message accompanying the video, Kimberly Jones wrote, "My kids are by no stretch ideal, and at home, he's as all boy as they come, but by all accounts he's good at school".

Kimberly Jones posted the video last week and it has now been shared millions of times.

Even Millie Bobby Brown - Eleven on Stranger Things - chimed in (and we're including her here because eating all the waffles, fighting Demogorgans and lifting stuff with your brain all qualify as sports).

More than 12 million people have seen that video now, including National Football League tight end Delanie Walker, who plays for the Tennessee Titans. "You have nothing to be ashamed up", one commenter said.

He says he is not the sole victim of bullying at his school, and that other kids are targets too.

In the touching video, the elementary school student from Tennessee is tearful and visibly shaken as he describes how other students bully him.

"Bet I am there", Byrd tweeted.

After a video of a young man named Keaton Jones went viral several days ago, White wanted to find the young man to reach out and see how he could help.

"Little buddy", wrote Ruffalo, "I was bullied when I was a kid".

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