Will society make up their damn minds already?
First everyone was all up in arms, complaining about how college athletes can make their school so much money, yet they are not able to make any money for themselves and their families…
And now that they ARE able to make some money, everyone wants to complain about the manner in which some of them are doing it?
Cue Olivia Dunne, who was called out in some ridiculous piece by the New York Times for using her looks to earn herself a reported $2-million per year. It was a sad article that was likely written by someone who clearly can’t pull off what Dunne has through her first 20 years of her life—building an enormous social media following and her own company, all while competing in the highly-demanding world of college athletics.
Olivia Dunne has already clapped back at the New York Times for their jealousy:
And while she’s taken some shots from other old, out-of-touch individuals in the time since, she is also receiving a ton of support for continuing to do what she does and securing that bag.
Among those who are in Olivia’s corner is popular golf influencer Paige Spiranac, who posted the following message for Dunne on her Twitter account:
Paige knows all about what Dunne is going through, as she’s a former college athlete who has parlayed her stunning looks into a huge social media following and a nice payday. However, she too has come under fire from critics for the way in which she’s gained such a huge online following.