Viral Message: Fake Bully Victim Keaton Jones Beat & Robbed At School After Arriving w/ Gucci Belt, Jordan’s, & Hoverboard He Bought w/ GoFundMe Money
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KNOXVILLE - After alleged bullying victim Keaton Jones received nearly $60k via GoFundMe donations over the weekend, it is being reported that upon returning back to school monday, he was beat and robbed for his possessions, which include a Rolex watch, Gucci belt, pair of Jordan sneakers, and a hoverboard, all which he allegedly purchased with his donation money. According to faculty, Keaton entered the school and rode his hoverboard through the hallways.
Keaton Jones went viral after his mother posted a video of him online. In this video Keaton is showed crying and asking why people like to bully him. Because of the heartbreaking video, housands of people raised nearly $60k via GoFundMe, including many celebrities, who even expressed their love for him on social media, those celebrities included Justin Bieber, Snoop Dogg, Gal Gadot, Chris Evans, and more.
However, a few days after Keaton went viral, it was discovered by social media users that Keaton’s family are racist confederates. Pictures of the family holding confederate flags have surfaced, with some users even finding racist anti-black comments and posts on Keaton’s mother’s facebook page, with many speculating that Keaton was simply being bullied because he was racist to his black peers, and even calling them the N-word.
Viral Message Verification- this news was published in a satire website fauxtire site named Huzlers.com named as Fake Bully Victim Keaton Jones Beat & Robbed At School After Arriving w/ Gucci Belt, Jordan’s, & Hoverboard He Bought w/ GoFundMe Money. It is true that Keaton Jones featured in a viral video about being bullied at school and later got support from people across the world but it is not true that he used the donations to buy luxury items and subsequently got beat up at school.
Huzlers styles itself as a "fauxtire" website and carries a disclaimer at the bottom of each page:
Huzlers.com is the most infamous fauxtire & satire entertainment website in the world. If it's trending on social media you'll find it here!. The same story can be seen in other websites line Celebricity.com
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