Hassan Whiteside’s girlfriend Alexis Deviyan is a fitness lady who keeps her body looking like she could survive in a post-apocalyptic desert with nothing but a canteen. Yes, this is the whole point of staying fit and trim, people. It’s about being ready for challenges in the wasteland, not for feeling healthy and lively. Okay, so that’s a clear reference to a popular video game, but it does align quite nicely with the level of intensity Alexis applies to her fitness efforts. She works at a Charlotte fitness club and has some sort of distribution deal with a supplement company. Man, this lady loves to talk about these supplements though. Good lord is this company getting their money’s worth from her.
Seriously, Alexis is like a robot when it comes to pumping out motivational phrases online. To be fair, there’s only so many ways to say “you can do it!” That’s why Hassan Whiteside’s girlfriend has been so effective at turning herself into a hard-bodied woman. True fitness enthusiasts manage to extend the lifestyle to all aspects of their day, and that’s very apparent when you look at Alexis’ online posts. Everything she shares online is about honing, trimming, and maintaining a perfect body. In fact, I’ve never seen such a singular-minded personal Instagram. Every single post is dedicated to physical upkeep and the use of products and routines. This implies that Alexis keeps a more personal account elsewhere, and this is sort of true on Facebook, though it appears she was hacked not long ago by a penny stocks company and didn’t bother to clean up the posts they put on her timeline. Anyway, she likes to show off the modeling work she’s done for local beauty supply stores.
Hassan Whiteside’s girlfriend graduated from Marshall University in 2013 and also considers herself an actor. Given half a chance, she’d drop the whole fitness gig, but it’s a good way to make money on the side. Alexis also works as a barista, which is an ideal way to enjoy life, be social, and make extra money. She has a chipper personality and possesses a very modern appreciation for what I guess you’d call “online branding.”