Keaton Jones' racist dad is NOT O-KKK

Brunilde Fioravanti
Dicembre 14, 2017

According to faculty, Keaton entered the school and rode his hoverboard through the hallways.

Keaton Jones received a viral amount of support this week after his mom posted a heart-wrenching video online of the young boy crying because of bullying. Keaton says in the clip.

The Keaton Jones story just keeps getting better-and by better, I mean so much worse.

He posted a video to social media saying he spoke with Keaton's mother, who allegedly told him she was only interested in making money from the situation. "I'm not gonna lie he deserved it" said Catherine Lennon, Keaton's teacher ...

But the sympathy of these stars and others was challenged Monday over the reason that Kimberly Jones made her Facebook account private.

The boy's older sister Kalyn assured the Instagram posts were not from members of her family and denied any alleged racism. "Stay strong guys! This too shall pass!" wrote T.I. who had previously posted a heartfelt message of encouragement to Keaton Jones.

The video showed the 11-year-old asking people why they bully others for looking differently. "People that are different don't need to be criticized about it. If I could take it back, I would", she said.

When asked if the photos had any racist intent, she replied: "No".

Photos have since surfaced of Ms Jones holding a Confederate flag and U.S. singers Rihanna and Chris Brown have since removed their original posts supporting Keaton.

Principal Greg Clay, at Horace Maynard Middle School where the boy is enrolled, said he wasn't aware of Jones being repeatedly bullied.

"Those who know me and my family know we aren't racist".

Evans even invited him to the premiere of the upcoming "Avengers: Infinity War". "I've spent most of my life being bullied and judged because I wasn't racist". "To give them a voice that they might not have", he said of the idea behind the video.

The photo was posted on Facebook on August 25.

The New York Daily News reports MMA fighter Joe Schilling posted an Instagram video explaining that he had been contacted by someone claiming to be Kimberly Jones. And before y'all start talking to me about metaphorical, emotional, financial or historical blood and brokenness, Don't.

This is true, but let's also be clear that there are rumblings that Keaton may have called students of color the n-words and perhaps that was behind his so-called bullying. "You'll see a million flags like that. Please leave it alone", Lakyn tweeted.

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