Keaton Jones, the kid from Knoxville whose anti-bullying video has gone viral, has gained tons of support from celebrities, including some country stars.
Kelsea Ballerini writes on Twitter: "Buddy next time I make it home to Knox I'm going to walk into that lunchroom with you and watch the bullies say they are sorry to you. You don't deserve that. keep your head up and continue to be kind...you will always Come out on top. sending a hug."
Brothers Osborne also responded via social media: "Stay strong Keaton. Takes a lot of courage to send such an honest message like this to the world. For anyone being bullied out there, it WILL get better. Until then, there are two 6 foot 4 inch brothers that have your back."