Over the weekend, Keaton Jones’ mother shared a video of her son describing some awful antics committed by his classmates. In the video below, Jones describes his classmates poured milk on him and put him ham down his clothes, and even threw bread at him. Jones also claims these kids are also bullying other people at his class. He also says they make fun of his nose, call him ugly, and say he has no friends.

The video gets extremely emotional and Keaton breaks down in tears when he offers advice to his fellow classmates and others who are victims of bullying, “It’s not okay. People are different. They don’t need to be criticized about it. It’s not their fault. If you are made fun of, don’t let it bother you. They suck, I guess. Hard. It will probably get better one day.”

The video has seen a number of celebrities offering their support to young Easton.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi star told Keaton, “Don’t waste time wondering why a bully would be so mean-They’re sad people who think hurting others will make them feel better because they really don’t like themselves-They’re just jealous because you’re so smart & handsome❤️Your friend-mh”

The current WWE Champion AJ Styles offered his own advice, “It appears to me that you go to school with a lot of insecure students. When they look into the mirror, they don’t like what they see. That’s why they choose you to pick on. Stay strong and know that you have friends that have your back, like me. Stay phenomenal kiddo.”

However, it was Captain America’s Chris Evans who offered Keaton the surprise of his lifetime.

Evans first offered Keaton his own advice, “Stay strong, Keaton. Don’t let them make you turn cold. I promise it gets better.” But then he offered to take Keaton and his mom to the Avengers: Infinity War premiere in Los Angeles next year.

How awesome is that?

Now, that’s being a true hero. Kudos to Mark Hamill, Chris Evans, and AJ Styles on letting Keaton know the world is full of better people than those who bully him at school.

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