Olivia Dunne can post just about anything to her TikTok account, and it’s guaranteed to get at least 1 million views in 24 hours, which is one of the reasons she has one of the highest NIL ratings among college athletes. .
On Sunday, Dunne posted about what he called a «true tragedy.» Instead of a video, the LSU gymnast posted a slideshow of her reactions to some pretty serious situations.
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She seemed to show a relaxed face in situations after being «cheated on» or «texted off» but missing Chick-fil-A breakfast seemed to be a different scenario entirely.
Dunne showed a picture of her crying with mascara running down her face. The screenshot read: «Me after arriving at Chick-fil-A breakfast at 10:31. Chick-fil-A serves breakfast at their restaurants from 6 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
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In fact, a «true tragedy.»
Dunne recently spoke about his social media presence and the payoff that comes with having 7.6 million followers on TikTok and another 4.2 million on Instagram.
He appeared on a recent episode of the «Full Send Podcast» and said he’s been paid more than $500,000 for a single social media post. The LSU star’s fame has grown enormously over the past year thanks in part to helping the Tigers finish fourth in the NCAA Championship this year.
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According to On3 Sports, Dunne has the second highest NIL valuation at $3.5 million. She is second only to Bronny James, who On3 says has a valuation of $6.7 million.