LSU gymnast and social media personality Olivia Dunne has partnered with Accelerator Active Energy through her “Livvy Fund,” offering a unique Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) deal to eight of her LSU gymnast teammates.
Haley and Hanna Cavinder were amazingly talented collegiate athletes, but they are 100% aware that winning the genetic lottery (twice in one hit) has helped skyrocket their online brand, making them not only rich from NIL deals and their new contract with the WWE, but essentially opening themselves up to literally whatever future business dealings they want to venture into. “Hot girl privilege” is real, and they’re all in.
While popular college athletes and models Olivia Dunne, Angel Reese, and many others are making absolute bank with NIL (Name, Image, Likeness) deals with some of the most lucrative companies in the world, one international student and college swimmer is potentially out a significant money making opportunity due to restrictive Visa requirements.
It must be hard being a millionaire celebrity while also trying to have a “normal” college life, because according to LSU women’s basketball star and viral sports influencer Angel Reese, she’s so popular that she has had to resort to taking her course load online in order to avoid fans on campus.
While porn addiction continues to skyrocket year after year, someone has decided to take two of the most addictive forms of entertainment – porn and sports – and actually create a porn-sports league. No, this isn’t lingerie football, this is the full-on stuff that probably popped into your mind when you saw the headline.
During a recent interview with Elle magazine, viral LSU Gymnast Olivia Dunne discussed some recent incidents in which she felt her fame and popularity put her in several potentially dangerous situations which forced her to miss classes.