LSU’s Olivia Dunne has hit back after being targeted by a body-shaming online troll.
The gymnast star, 20, pulled no punches as she responded to the jibe on a recent viral TikTok post.
Dunne is one of the country’s most-followed college athletes and rakes in millions of dollars a year thanks to her online fame.
She is estimated to be worth around $3.2million and boasts over 11million fans across TikTok and Instagram.
Livvy competes for Louisiana State University and has excelled as a gymnast since the age of three.
She’s currently on the road to recovery following a troublesome leg injury that has kept her out of action since December.
Dunne celebrated with her LSU teammates after an epic performance on Friday, beating No. 2-ranked Florida.
Pairing up with best friend Elena Arenas, Dunne showed off her dance skills in the locker room following Friday’s triumph.
She captioned the video: “A great day to be a Tiger.”
Fans piled on to comment and congratulate the LSU stars on a hard-fought victory.
One wrote: “Flawless beauty right there.”
Another added: “I honestly cannot get over how pretty they all are.”
And a third said: “A great day to be a tigers fan.”
But one comment featured a disrespectful slur toward the LSU gymnast, who wasted no time in responding to the NSFW jibe.
Dunne fired back: “I’m an athlete. I’m not perfect but I’m happy with how I look. I am blessed enough to have a healthy body that’s capable of doing amazing things :)”
LSU’s score against the Gators was a season-high and in the process, they scored the ninth-highest overall total in program history.
Head coach Jay Clark said: “We needed that. We’ve been improving week after week and the one thing that was missing was the win. It was special to get a win like that.
“They did such a great job. Our message all week was to just put pressure on them and see what happens, and we did that and performed at a high level tonight.
“Now, we get ready to go again next week at Alabama.”