Now being a dad, I of course only want the best for my son.
I could never imagine any parent not being there for his or her child, not supporting them, not loving them. Unfortunately not everyone has parents who accept them and love them for who they are. I could never fathom a parent disowning his or her child, abandoning them, and not loving them unconditionally. When Milo was born, we held him in our arms, and we told him our wishes, dreams, and aspirations for him. We wrote a letter to him that we would like to share with everyone:. You are only days old, and you have so many people that love you! We want you to know that we love you with all our hearts.
We will always be here for you. We will always support you in whatever you want to do in your life.
We will try our best to protect you. We will always love you! We hope that when you grow up, you will be happy, you will be brave and kind, you will stand up for others, and you will be supportive of everyone. You treat others with respect, and treat yourself with respect. Accept other people for who they are.
Even if you do not agree with them, or they do not agree with you.
Whatever you decide to do in life we will be there right behind you, supporting you and cheering you on. Daddy and Papa will always be here for you no matter what. We love you with all of our hearts! We feel it is the opposite. We are the lucky ones.
He stayed in China for one year and learned to speak English and Chinese, and created different startups. In China, Jarre started several businesses, one of which became successful and he used the money to move to Toronto and co-founded a software company, Atendy, with Christopher Carmichael. While he was in Toronto, he heard about Vine's launch and made an account on the platform. He then moved back to Paris, France and started making Vines while he was still managing his business and later left his business to completely focus on Vine. Simultaneously, the ARC team was on the ground with beneficiaries in 8 different villages gearing them up to receive a life changing mobile money transfer.
With everything in place Jerome and his team did something that came as a surprise to everyone in attendance. Jarre posted his first Vine in January on the day Vine launched. Three months after the launch of Vine, he released a video titled Don't be afraid of love , which became one of the earliest viral videos on Vine  and was featured twice on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
In November , Jarre started a project on Vine called Humans. In this project, he asks strangers the question "what is the most important message you would like to share with the world right now? BuzzFeed's Arielle Calderon wrote of Jarre's series that "this Vine project will restore your faith in humanity. In Jarre left Vine.
After gaining 7 million followers on Vine, Jarre made an account on Snapchat and started using the platform where he makes two-minute narratives for telling stories. Let me in if you see this. On one occasion he shared the story on Snapchat and received twenty-six million views. In Jarre started the UglySelfieChallenge, inviting people to stop trying to take perfect selfies , and post selfies making silly faces; everyone had to nominate three more people to do the same. More than , ugly faces photos were published. The agency connects mobile content artists with brands looking for marketing content.
After gaining a significant following on Vine, Jarre decided to launch a talent agency for Vine, Instagram and Snapchat stars. Jarre was looking for a business partner when he learnt that Vaynerchuk was going to be in Toronto. Jarre launched a campaign where likes on the posts are currency and plastic bottles are used to light up the communities in rural Philippines.
This one time he turned K Instagram likes into a lit up village in the Philippines. Jarre was strongly criticized by the Vine community for posting a Vine in which he played a kiss prank on John Stamos and Stamos returned the kiss.
The vine was posted in June , and the commenters accused him of being gay and threatened to unfollow him for it. Jarre posted a follow-up Vine video the next day to call out these individuals directly.
In it, he claimed he's not gay, then proceeded to kiss a fellow Vine star Nicholas Megalis on the mouth to show support for the LGBT community. The meet up was organized by the two of them on the social media a day before.
They wanted to do a free meet-up, so decided against booking a venue and hiring security. Minor injuries and damages to the parked cars were also reported. Later Jarre posted an apology on Twitter.
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