Chris Evans Invited A Bullying Victim To The Avengers: Infinity War Premiere

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Why do they find joy in taking innocent people and finding a way to be mean to them? We all know how it feels to want to belong, but only a select few know how it really feels not to belong anywhere.

The video now has over 14 million views and over 200,000 comments on Facebook after it was shared.

Right back at ya, Keaton - you've got tons of people and a superhero or two rooting for you, too. Nevertheless, he manages to offer advice to others who may be getting bullied, too.

Retired race vehicle driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. said on Twitter he wants Keaton to "add me to your long list of friends", and Snoop Dogg said on Instagram that Keaton "has a friend for life" and that "love is the only way to beat hate". Just stay strong, I guess.

"But if you are made fun of, just don't let it bother you".

Millie Bobby Brown, the child actor who plays Eleven in Netflix's "Stranger Things", tweeted the hashtag #StandWithKeaton.

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UFC President Dana White is not fond of bullies or bullying and believe it or not, the most powerful man in mixed martial arts, has a special place in his heart for those who are or have been a victim of harassment.

"You got a pal in the Hulk", tweeted Mark Ruffalo, while Chris Evans has just invited Keaton to next year's Los Angeles premiere of Avengers: Infinity War. The rapper Cardi B came to Keaton's defense with some colorful language.

Keaton ends the video by saying "it will probably get better one day".

"Always remember that you can be whoever you want to be", Walker said. Walker said that he hoped to raise awareness to bullying in schools.

Tennessee Volunteers Tyler Byrd says he plans to visit Jones's school with some of his teammates on Tuesday. I was bullied when I was a kid.

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