LSU gymnast Olivia Dunne isn’t happy about TikTok putting one of her thirst trap videos up for a review and she is upset with the social media platform. Perhaps, the video is against their community guidelines hence putting it up for a review before letting it onto the platform.
According to the SUN;
LOUISIANA State University gymnast Olivia Dunne has shared a video of one of her painful falls – and Elena Arenas felt for her bestie.
Livvy claimed TikTok put the clip up for a review, angering the NCAA star.
Dunne, 20, placed the words “things I ate and survived” alongside a picture of herself in an LSU leotard to start the video.
The TikTok then showed a clip of the gymnast and Sports Illustrated model performing a 360 flip on the bar.
And it ended with Livvy crashing down after failing to grasp the bar back.
The words “the mat” could be seen in the second part of the TikTok with Dunne joking that was the “thing she ate and survived” after falling on her face.
“Not a crumb in sight,” the LSU star added in the caption.
Arenas commented on the post, suggesting she could feel her teammate’s pain while watching the video.
“So real for this,” Elena wrote.
Dunne left a comment as well, asking TikTok why it was taking a closer look at her post.
“TikTok I love u why is this under review?,” she wrote. “Did I mention I love u?!”
Dunne has been wary of TikTok censoring her posts in the past.
The social media platform has placed a warning on some of the videos of her gymnastic stunts, asking viewers not to attempt them.
That’s why when Livvy shared a clip of herself performing a balance trick on the balance beam recently, she told TikTok: “No need to put this under review!”
Dunne has also seen the social media platform reviewing the posts in which she wore revealing outfits.
The gymnast has over 11million followers between her Instagram and TikTok accounts.
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