Country Stars Stand Up Against Bullying

When a video of a young Knoxville boy questioning bullies went viral, country stars immediately stood by his side. Keaton Jones' mother posted a video of her son trying to understand how bullies could be so mean. The moving and eloquent piece garnered the attention of many artists, who are now on Keaton's team against bullying.

Kip Moore shared his sentiments about how important it is for parents to talk to their kids about bullying. Keaton wonders, “Just out of curiosity…why do they bully? What's the point of it? Why do you find joy in taking innocent people and finding a way to be mean to them? It's not ok."

Many other artists stood by Keaton's side. Kelsea Ballerini offered to sit next to him in the lunch room as his classmates apologize next time she's back home in Knoxville. Brothers Osborne pledged their support. Chris Janson wants to have lunch with him. Cole Swindell invited Keaton to meet him at his next show. The list goes on. See all of the support artists have given to Keaton below:

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