He Went Viral Because of Bullying, but Keaton Jones’ Mother Just Might Be a Racist Money Grabber

Kimberly Jones via Facebook
Kimberly Jones via Facebook

Updated Monday, Dec. 11, 2017, 6:13 p.m. EST: It seems as though no one can verify the authenticity of the alleged Instagram account belonging to Kimberly Jones. The previous Instagram account below has been wiped of its profile photo, and a Wayback Machine search showed that it once belonged to a teenager, who may be playing an Instagram hoax and selling verified Instagram accounts.


Updated Monday, Dec. 11, 2017, 3:10 p.m. EST: Apparently Kimberly Jones is not the owner of a verified Instagram account, and Joe Schilling was communicating with an alleged fake profile:



Before you parade your child on social media, sobbing about being bullied, and then have celebrities rally behind you, you might want to clean up your own racist social media posts. That’s exactly what Keaton Jones’ mother, Kimberly Jones, didn’t do—and now her past Facebook posts are coming back to bite her in her racist ass.

Over the last 72 hours, actors, athletes and regular folks on social media have rallied behind Keaton Jones, a Union County, Tenn., middle schooler, after his tear-filled video went viral. They rallied so much that a GoFundMe has raised over $55,000, and he’s received numerous invites to big-time Hollywood movie premieres.

But wait, there’s more.

After internet detectives found Kimberly Jones’ Facebook page, they realized that she may be on the wrong side of history when it comes to her love of the Confederate flag:

But wait, there’s even more.

After more digging, MMA fighter Joe Schilling posted an Instagram conversation that he had with someone alleging to be Jones:


Us. Whites.


So, sure, Keaton may be the victim of vicious bullying (and also may have called a few classmates the n-word, which was noted on Kimberly Jones’ Facebook page before she closed it), and his mother is using his pain for her own interests, but it’s ironic that she’s willing to accept money from black athletes and other celebrities that she would probably consider “butt hurt Americans.”

Of course Jones’ Facebook has now been locked down and her privacy settings have been updated.


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You should be ashamed of yourself! Putting out an article that has nothing to do with the bullying. What is so amazing about the article is that the Keaton story is bringing awareness to the affects of bullying!