Last January 12Annick Lemay, actress known for her recent roles in Escape And A one-way ticket, asked for help via his Instagram feeds. She was seeking public support to avoid closing Mam'zelle Pub, a restaurant she co-founded in 2014 in Magog with her sister, Roxanne, and their mother, Diane.
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Faced with the foundation's financial difficulties, Annick Lemay took the initiative To create a GoFundMe page Hoping to save their business. However, this approach was not unanimous.
François LambertBusinessman and former star of the first season of Celebrity Big BrotherHe publicly expressed his disagreement with this initiative on the X platform (formerly Twitter). Its publication sparked controversy, giving way to differing opinions among the public.
“I would be really sad, but GoFundMe should never be used to bail out a business.
Action has a beginning and an end. We know the beginning and we do not want the end or want to delay it as much as possible. When a company asks for a GoFundMe and makes excuses.
We must remember that business is nothing but failures and some victories, and you have to know how to deal with all that,” he told his 28,500 subscribers.
In the comments section, many netizens expressed their dissatisfaction with the criticism directed by the ex-wife of Marie Chantal Tobin.
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