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Young student Keaton Jones was a victim of bullying (and the accusations of him using the 'n-word' have not been proven, and the school will not release details of the event). He cried his heart out with a sense of hope in his message and it went viral.
Many celebrities, athletes and public figures sided with the young kid and offered support, and celebrity meet-ups, etc. The world was on his side.
Until people found (sigh) 'questionable' images of the family around Confederate flags, people suddenly tied them to being racists (boy, they should see some Black people who have love for the flag). The assumptions of the simple-minded and easily convinced were rampant.
From there, a GoFundme account was exposed as being something the mother (Kimberly) was accused of setting-up to get her family money for the holidays. MMA fighter Joe Schilling thought he conversed with Kimberly via a Social Media app(s), and called her a greedy mother with issues - it's been proven already (thank you Philip DeFranco) that Kimberly Jones knew nothing of this account, and Schilling never actually chatted with Kimberly, but an impostor who was pushing to have the GoFundMe campaign spread out even more.
The GoFundMe campaign actually ended up being started by a guy named Joseph Lam in order to raise money for Keaton - or so he states. The REAL question I have is: why would Schilling be informed by said individual posing as Kimberly to share the GoFundMe page to multiple people if it was not for personal gain? It's been proven the account(s) weren't Kimberly's, and someone(s) were posing as the mother PROMOTING that campaign. There's something fishy here...
This caused a lot of people to label Kimberly (and to some, her son Keaton) frauds. People like RiceGum made a video that has already surpassed 3,200,000 views with most comments believing his premature rhetoric that they were PROVEN frauds. This is th..
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