KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Celebrities and Americans around the nation have come together to support a Tennessee boy whose bullying story has touched millions of lives since going viral over the weekend.
On Friday, Kimberly Jones posted video of her son Keaton on Facebook. In the video, Keaton struggles to explain why he's become the target of school bullies, CBS News reported.
Keaton: "They make fun of my nose, they call me ugly, they say I have no friends."
Kimberly: "What did they do to you at lunch?"
Keaton: "Poured milk on me, put ham down my clothes, threw bread at me."
The post went up Friday morning, before Keaton returned to his middle school near Knoxville, Tennessee. Since the initial post, the video has been viewed 20 million times. Keaton's story reached the celebrities like singer Justin Beiber and actors Chris Evans and Mark Ruffalo.
"This isn't new for us and we still have to truck on thru the day to day," Kimberly later wrote on Facebook. "I'm humbled by the voice my boy has been given. But he's still just a little boy."
Tennessee Titans player Delanie Walker also reached out to Keaton and invited his family to the team's last game of the regular season on December 31.