Young Keaton Jones needs to understand that if ever in life most people seem to agree with what he's doing it means he's probably doing the wrong thing.
The fact that he's being bullied doesn't necessarily mean he's doing the right thing—it probably just means that his mom gave him a haircut with a Flowbee; he's got kind of a goofy name; he's got something approaching gay-face; and he's not a sophisticated enough thinker to understand that responding negatively to bullying will only make people want to bully you more—but he's on the right track.
People already don't like him. Now it's up to him to give the world a reason to not like him . . . by becoming the kind of person who doesn't derive his sense of self-worth externally, i.e. what we used to think of as a man.
The worst thing that could happen is if he falls under the sway of the kind of people who go on the Internets and make bold statements against things like bullying, for the cheap dopamine rush that comes with having your post "liked" by other dumbasses, and to boost a career that involves cultivating a following on social media, through attention whoring, to peddle sketchy dietary supplements, mail-order scams and what have you.
That's why I was concerned when I saw, on Twitter yesterday, some of Hollywood's best, most reputable celebrities sharing links to a GoFundMe, supposedly to raise money for the kid to go to college, and offering to fly him out to walk the red carpet at the premiere of the next X-Men movie or whatever. (Hopefully Bryan Singer's not involved.)
What kind of message does it send if he receives probably hundreds of thousands of dollars and a trip to the Ellen show (which definitely won't help with his bullying) just for going on the Internets and crying like a little bitch, like that guy who was upset that people wouldn't leave Britney Spears alone, back when young Keaton probably wasn't even born? That will only set him up for more bullying, or worse, a career conducting censorship campaigns on the Internets, denying people access to things they might want to watch, because the creator supposedly did something "problematic," and then claiming it wasn't any good in the first place.
Instead of accepting cash and prizes he didn't rightfully earn, Keaton Jones needs to focus on getting his life together.
The first thing he needs to do is seriously injure another child—not to the point where the other child is permanently disabled, or dies, but someone needs to be taught a lesson.
When you're being bullied by a group of people, the key is to single out the smallest, weakest one of them (but not a girl) and beat the living shit out of them. The other kids probably won't intervene, because people who are prone to groupthink lack personal integrity, and anyway they'll be too busy recording it with their phones, chuckling to themselves and shouting World Star, if people still do that.
Because Keaton Jones is white, he won't have to sweat being funneled into the school-to-prison, which under Trump and Betsy DeVos might become an actual pipeline. More importantly, the other kids will respect him for having fucked another kid up like that.
The second thing he needs to do is stop letting his mom cut his hair with that damn Flowbee a/k/a the Suck Kut. You can tell by the way she talks to him in that video that they don't have an appropriate mother-son relationship. The boy is clearly upset, and she keeps egging him on to explain just how disliked he is, so she can go post it on the Internets, thus upsetting him further. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be a father in the picture, to let the mother know that she needs to take a break from speaking. If there were, the kid probably wouldn't be getting bullied in the first place.
As far as getting the kid a stepfather, that'll depend on how the mom looks, which you can't tell from the video. If she looks anything like her son, she's probably hideous, but who knows? Maybe she has a decent body. At the very least, we can get this kid some guidance in the form of copies of my seven books. I can't afford to just send them to him for free, but if someone wants to put up the money, I can get them for what they cost me, which is less than the already very reasonable price on Amazon. I don't make any money selling them at cost, but I'm willing to make that sacrifice, because I'm an especially virtuous person.