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Homeless Teen Grows Up In Shelters, Then Makes His Date A Prom Dress That Turns His Life Around

Once Homeless, Teen Is Now A Fashion Inspiration

Homeless teen is now an enterprising fashion designer, attending college full-tme and charging $450 a dress since first going viral.

Jimelle Levon hasn’t had it easy growing up. When he was in fifth grade, he and his mother were relegated to living in a homeless shelter. This didn’t sour Jimelle, it lit a fire in him.He knew the only way to better his life was through hard work. By sixth grade, he was already a young enterprising mind.“Me and my mother lived in a shelter before when I was in fifth grade,” Jimelle told WCMH. “From there on, once I hit sixth grade, I was always a hard worker, either shoveling the snow or anything to gain money because I didn’t want to be in the predicament anymore.”

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  1. Jimelle wonderful amazing job on not giving up in life just because you were in the shelter you didn’t use the excuse i can’t do you said i can and i will.be successful keep up. The good work young man i love your encourage story.

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  2. That is great and well spoken of you to make something out of yourself in spite of the odds that were against you. Proud of you and keep up the good work. God bless you.

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