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Esther Moore
December 11, 2017

"It's not their fault", Keaton says.

Video of Tennessee student Keaton Jones tearfully explaining to his mother how he's been bullied at school spread around the internet over the weekend. We all know how it feels to want to belong, but only a select few know how it really feels not to belong anywhere.

The original video, posted by Keaton's mother on Facebook, has been viewed more than 18 million 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).

UFC boss Dana White shared the heartbreaking video on Twitter, and was floored by the response.

Cardi B, on the other hand, wanted to deliver fades to anyone who is bullying Jones. "But if you are made fun of, don't let it bother you".

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Walker read Keaton some words of wisdom and then offered Keaton and his family 4 tickets to see the Titans play on New Years Eve. In his heartwarming message, Walker said: "You can be whoever you want to be".

The Titans's social media manager tweeted, offering the services of Titans' offensive lineman Taylor Lewan as a bodyguard for Keaton.

Since sharing the video, celebrities have been offering support for Keaton.

Tyler Byrd, a wide receiver for the University of Tennessee football team, responded to a call by former NFL player Donté Stallworth to rally support for Keaton, saying several Volunteer team members planned to visit the boy at school next week. "Stay strong buddy! Thank you, Keaton, for being an inspiration of the strength for us all".

Keaton's questions about bullying clearly struck a chord with more than just his middle school community and his mom's friends on Facebook.

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