Mississippi State Safety Jordan Morant was smart about shooting his shot at Olivia Dunne, but he got rejected. This is shooting of shot gone wrong, and I’m sure Jordan has regretted making a bold, smart move on Olivia Dunne.
The Spun got more;
One college football player shot his shot with Olivia Dunne but failed epically.
Mississippi State safety Jordan Morant tried to pull Dunne prior to the team’s Week 3 game against LSU.
Morant posted a video to his TikTok page of him looking out from his hotel room since the team was in Baton Rouge, which is where Dunne is from.
In the video, Morant put up a caption that read, “When we play LSU tomorrow and Livy Dunne is out there somewhere.”
The Tigers took down the Bulldogs, 31-16, and Morant also got rejected by Dunne when she comment, “good luck but geaux tigahs” on his video.
Better luck next time, champ, but he took it all in stride, saying he took two Ls in one night. Livvy probably was at the game counting all her money from her NIL deals.
Everyone is thinking about the college football and basketball players who can cash out now, but don’t understatement social media influencers who just happened to play sports.
Olivia Dunne is a perfect example of that.
She has over a million followers on TikTok and IG.
She is about to get PAID.
Olivia Dunne is well known on social media in a huge way, and now all of that attention she gets can make her one of the highest paid college athletes in the entire country. The LSU gymnast has more than 1.1 million Instagram and TikTok followers, the only NCAA athlete to amass that amount of followers on both platforms.
Action Network’s Darren Rovell ranked the athletes in the best position to capitalize from their NLI, and Dunne was ranked No. 2, behind only Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattler.
In fact, Rovell is hearing that Dunne could make more than $1 million.
Flip to the next page for more thirst traps of Olivia and Morant shooting his shot on TikTok and being denied.