Keaton Jones' Father Posted "White Pride" Photos Before He Went To Jail

Mom who posted video of bullied son denies being racist says she’s not using son’s story for money

Mom who posted video of bullied son denies being racist says she’s not using son’s story for money

Rapper Snoop Dogg encouraged Jones to get in touch with him by direct message.

Earlier this week, one of Kimberly's old Facebook posts surfaced, wherein she verbally attacks black activists and other "butt hurt Americans" offended by the Confederate flag.

Keaton gained overnight internet celebrity after his mother, Kimberly Jones, posted a video of of him talking about his middle-school bullies on Facebook.

Shawn White is pictured on the right. Perhaps unsurprisingly, White's social media pages are rife with white supremacy propaganda, and there's nothing remotely subtle about it.

Now, TMZ is reporting that Shawn White, Keaton's estranged father, shared numerous white supremacist memes on his Facebook page in 2014. He also reportedly sports multiple tattoos with white supremacist language: one across his chest reads "Pure Breed", another on his neck is the abbreviation "CWB" for the Crazy White Boy gang, and "White Pride" is splayed across his stomach.

White is now serving time after he violated his probation after an aggravated assault conviction back in 2012.

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He will be happy probably if there was a hand involved. We needed to gain belief by being very disciplined. I couldn't fault the players on that side".

TMZ reports that the last photos White posted of himself with Keaton and his sister are from January 2015. However, this new information makes Kimberly's attempt to downplay her posts as "ironic and funny" all the more suspect. He was picked up again in October 2013 for aggravated assault, reckless endangerment, driving with a suspended license and evading arrest.

On Tuesday, a video posted on Twitter by wide receiver Tyler Byrd shows Keaton Jones smiling ear to ear in a custom Vols jersey with his initials on it, a far cry from the sobbing little boy in the bullying video. With a windfall of cash and what she considers a besmirched name in the balance, Kimberly Jones did some media rounds to explain her side of the story. At the time I posted it, I didn't know anyone would ever see it.

"People who know us know that", she continued and said that the family photo with the Confederate flag is real but that it is not racist in any way.

"Yesterday the world loved us, today the world hates us", Jones said in an interview with NBC's TODAY show.

I think sometimes we accept behaviour or try to rationalise it when really we should be trying to stamp it out. "We're not going to get caught up in the negatives". "If I could take it back, I would", she said. This was about Bullying, specifically in this case, Keaton.

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