Keaton Jones is a name you’ve probably never heard unless you’ve been on social media in the last 48 hours. If so, you’ve probably seen your timeline filled with the viral video of the Tennessee boy.

On Friday, Keaton’s mom shared a video on Facebook of her son describing the bullying he endures at school which has now racked up over 19 million views. He was too scared to go to lunch because other kids call him ugly and pour milk on him that he had his mother pick him up early. “They make fun of my nose. They call me ugly. They say I have no friends,” Keaton says in the heartbreaking video. He also posed a very important question, one that we’ll probably never understand. “Just out of curiosity, why do they bully? What’s the point of it?” he asked. “Why do you find joy in taking innocent people and finding a way to be mean to them? It’s not okay.”

Since the video went viral, an outpouring of support has been shown towards Keaton and his family. In addition to the hundreds of thousands of comments on the Facebook video, celebrities have also shown their support. In fact, Keaton now has some pretty cool people who have his back including some of the Avengers, UFC fighters and football players. Captain America himself, Chris Evans invited Keaton to the premiere of Avengers: Infinity War but Keaton may be making his red carpet debut before that. Hailee Steinfeld invited the young boy to be her date for the Pitch Perfect 3 premiere in Hollywood this Tuesday. Other celebs sending messages include Justin Bieber, Zedd, Jordan Fisher, Millie Bobby Brown, Mark Ruffalo, Ben Platt, Will Poulter & more.

It is wonderful to see thousands of strangers coming together to show support for such a strong young man. The support is so strong his mother has set up a PO Box and his sister Lakyn said it best: “Seeing my brother’s face all over the internet and people giving him support is the most amazing feeling in the world.” Lets hope his bullies take notice and learn something from this. Stay strong Keaton. We support you!

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