People who bully others are the worst. While there are some people that still might think it’s a form of harmless fun… it is not!
Bullying is the use of force, threat, or coercion to abuse, intimidate, or aggressively dominate others. The behavior is often repetitive and habitual.
Be sure to check out the video at the end of this article by Brooks Gibbs for more information on how to stop bullying.
Often bullying starts at school and affects a lot of different children. One of the most recent victims whose situation has gone viral is Keaton Jones. This young student from Knoxville, Tennessee appeared in a video lamenting how he was teased and tormented by bullies during lunchtime.
“They make fun of my nose. Called me ugly. They say I have no friends,” Keaton says, through tears. The video was reportedly recorded after Keaton had to be picked up from school to avoid lunchtime bullies. While he goes on to detail how he and other children at his school are teased and tormented, he offers a message of encouragement to others. At the end of the video, he encourages all victims of bullying, saying”It’ll probably get better one day.”
This video, posted by his mother Kimberly Jones, has gone viral on the web and has gathered the support of many celebrities. You’ve probably seen at least one of your favorite celebs showing their support on Twitter.
There were at least two GoFundMe accounts created to help the Jones family, but they were frozen when Kimberly’s mother was accused of racism. However, the celebrities continue their support through it all.
Scroll down and see the heartfelt tweets and reactions from celebrities around the world supporting Keaton.
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