Bullying victim appears on ‘The View’ and meets Eagles

    Nadin Khoury made an appearance today on “The View,” where he and his mother shared their thoughts on the Jan. 11 incident in which seven teenagers punched, kicked and hung him from a fence in Upper Darby. At the end of the segment, Khoury met a few Eagles players.

    Khoury told the women of “The View” he believes he was targeted for being small, and because of his African heritage. Then, DeSean Jackson, Todd Herremans and Jamaal Jackson came on set, as Action News reports, telling Khoury they “had his back” if anything else happens.

    We’re not sure exactly how the team plans on following through with that promise, but we’re certain Khoury enjoyed the signed jersey DeSean Jackson gave him off his back.

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