Recently, we’ve all been captivated by the sheer beauty and hotness of this gorgeous lady from Minsk, Belarus. Oksana Neveselaya achieved instant viral fame when a student apparently shared a video of her teaching mathematics in a classroom. Netizens quickly went to work and found out her identity through an Instagram account. She has since been dubbed as the “world’s hottest math teacher”.
It appears, however, that this beautiful young woman may not really be who we think she is.
As it turns out, Oksana is merely 17 years old and surprise, surprise – is not a math teacher.
According to the teen, she just woke up one morning with everyone thinking she was the sexy teacher “when in fact the actual person in the video that went viral was just someone who looked like her,” a LadBible article tells us.
“People started sending me links and screenshots from Facebook,” shared Oksana. “Posts would get up to 17,000 likes.”
As a result of the mistake, she has since gained thousands of Instagram followers in just a few days. She took it upon herself to clarify the confusion but it seems no one is listening.
“I have repeated it many times: it is not me. But as the amount of comments grew at an exponential rate, it seems pointless for me to repeat it over and over again,” she lamented.
Oksana, as it appears, isn’t done with schooling yet and she admits she sometimes skips her classes so she can play chess in tournaments.
Well math teacher or no, there’s no denying Oksana Neveselaya is a hottie indeed.
Why Is It Important To Protect Your Identity Online?
“If you are looking for a job, you need to be aware of your digital footprint – the information connected with your name online, Forbes tells us. “Companies and recruiters routinely check search engine results to learn more about potential employees.”
The site further mentions:
“90% of executive recruiters say they conduct online research of potential candidates, according to ExecuNet. Up to 70% of employers who have used LinkedIn say they’ve chosen not to hire a person based on what they’ve found out about them online. However, only 27% of employers give job seekers the opportunity to discuss the online content that is associated with their name, such as social media profiles, blog posts and photos.
This suggests that job seekers should be thinking as much about their online persona as their interview attire. Questionable content and social media red flags can take a promising candidate out of the running, but the savvy job seeker can cultivate a positive digital presence. Here’s how to screen and protect your online reputation and avoid ending up in a potential employer’s pile of rejected candidates.”