There isn’t a single week that goes by that Olivia Dunne is not trending on social media.
This week, the LSU Tigers gymnast, who posed for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue this year, took to her Instagram page and posted herself on vacation while rocking a black bikini.
Dunne could be seen showing off her pristine abs and perfect butt while on a boat.
Dunne has been cashing in thanks to her name, image, and likeness deals that have earned her millions yearly as an athlete at the collegiate level.
She caught flack for the money she brings in from a New York Times story published last year.
In the article, the Times stated that a new 2021 ruling allowed the athlete to collect money on NIL deals while highlighting the concern of money going to collegiate female athletes via NIL deals, saying that it throws a wrench in the integrity of women’s training and competition by “(rewarding) traditional feminine desirability over athletic excellence.”
The Times went on to chastise the NIL practices for their race and sexual preferences while pointing out that the most successful NIL moneymakers are white, posting scantily-clad photos that “seem to cater to the male gaze.”
Despite the hate, Dunne doesn’t seem to be going anywhere.
Dunne made all-American as a first-year gymnast at Louisiana State University. As a sophomore, she made her way onto the Southeastern Conference’s honor roll for work in interdisciplinary studies.
Olivia Dunne is attractive, athletic, smart, and making tons of money because of it.
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