Support pours in for bullied Tennessee boy

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

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One kid and his mother took to the internet to talk about his bad treatment at the hands of other kids, and ended up finding more support than they could've ever expected.

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".

Though she was never in the video, the pain in Ms. Jones' voice was very real. "Wish I had a way to send it to the news!"

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In the video posted to Facebook and Twitter, Keaton Jones tearfully describes the abuse he receives from classmates and pleads for it to stop, while also providing encouragement for other kids who might be enduring similar treatment. UFC boss Dana White shared the message, too. Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown wrote, "Keaton, this is so accurate".

Keaton began his video by asking why people bully other kids, but ended with a message to other kids who have been bullied, to give them some hope.

In his own recorded video to Keaton, Tennessee Titans tight end Delanie Walker read a poem by Buddha - "Our life is shaped by our mind". Joy follows impure thought like its shadow. "You have nothing to be ashamed up", one commenter said. People are demanding change and celebrities are tweeting in support of the middle school student, including members of the Tennessee football team.

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Several notable hip-hop and R&B artists have come to the aid of a young teen who is being bullied at his school.

Vols wide receiver Tyler Byrd also joined the #stopbullying campaign and made a promise to visit Keaton's school next week in an effort to raise awareness.

"Friends, overwhelmed is the understatement of the world right now", Kimberly Jones wrote on Facebook on Saturday afternoon.

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