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Woman claims man she ghosted six years ago was due to interview her for job she 'desperately needs'

Woman claims man she ghosted six years ago was due to interview her for job she 'desperately needs'

A woman is set to be interviewed by a man she ghosted six years ago for a job that she really needs.

Going through the job application process and eventually getting to the interview stage can be a very stressful experience.

A lot of us will revise in our head what we plan to say during an interview, and how we best showcase ourselves to potential new employers.

While that may be stressful enough, you don't exactly want someone interviewing you who you've had a past with.

Well, that is exactly what happened to Rylie Jouett from Austin, Texas, who claims that a man she ghosted six years ago interviewed her for a job.

The supposed job was for a barista position at an undisclosed company, a job that Rylie said she 'desperately' needs.

Rylie explained her predicament to TikTok, where she uploaded a six-second clip of her head in her hands.

Over the video, she wrote: "Karma is the nastiest b*itch I ever met bc 6 years ago when I was 19 I ghosted the nicest guy who had the best intentions for me & tell me why he’s the person that’s interviewing me for a job that I desperately need tomorrow."

The TikToker believes karma is in full effect.
TikTok/ @ryliejouett

Well, it is fair to say that the TikTok gained massive traction on the video platform, with over 8.5 million views and 2 million likes in less than a week since it was uploaded.

Over 5,000 people took to the comment section of the TikTok to discuss the situation that Rylie finds herself in.

"He’s gonna ghost you after the interview LMAOOO," one TikTok user wrote.

Meanwhile, a second added, "maybe it’s not karma, it’s the universe putting him in your path again."

However, many commenters suggested that Rylie should not be discussing the interview process publicly if she wants to get the job.

But the TikToker hit back, saying: "Babes, it’s a f**king barista job. Do you think that I give a s**t.

"For $9 an hour plus tips? Like be serious right now. It’s not like I’m working for f**king Elon Musk."

Speaking to Tyla, Rylie said that she never expected the video to go viral and receive so much backlash from it.

Rylie says she is surprised by the backlash from the video.
TikTok/ @ryliejouett

She attributes the backlash to the short clip “landing in front of the wrong audience on TikTok. Based on the analytics of my video, 80 percent of the viewers were teenagers.”

Rylie also told us that the man did offer her the barista position, but she ended up turning it down as she got offered another job with a higher salary.

"He never responded to my message declining the offer," she said.

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@ryliejouett / Tero Vesalainen / Alamy Stock Photo

Topics: Real Life, TikTok