LS’s star gymnast Olivia Dunne is not the best in the country but she is the most popular.
The 20-year-old All-American athlete has over 7.6 million on TikTok and 4.2 million followers on Instagram. Since she is so popular, she makes millions per year on endorsement deals while she continues to compete for LSU.
Recently, she showed up at a NASCAR event and did something that is going to have the woke fuming.
In a video, Dunne stood with two young US Army soldiers and stated, “My pronouns are U-S-A.”
@livvy Murica.🦅 #nascar #foryou ♬ original sound – sara
Dunne has become so popular that Sports Illustrated featured her in their 2023 swimsuit edition and was given a VIP pass to the Nashville Superspeedway for the race.
The 20-year-old now millionaire took NASCAR by storm creating a buzz with the country music group Old Dominion and she also posed with driver Chase Elliot.
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The left is using Dylan Mulvaney to sell products and normal companies are using Dunne. The LSU gymnast doesn’t appear to be afraid of putting her brand at risk by making a statement like she did.
Dunne is a New Jersey native that has taken off since the NCAA allowed students to earn money off their popularity. She is the highest-earning student-athlete in the nation.
From the NCAA:
NCAA college athletes will have the opportunity to benefit from their name, image and likeness beginning Thursday. Governance bodies in all three divisions today adopted a uniform interim policy suspending NCAA name, image and likeness rules for all incoming and current student-athletes in all sports.
The rule has really worked out for athletes in sports that do not have a professional league and gives them an opportunity to earn money off their notoriety.