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Olivia Dunne’s Sister Julz Goes Viral In See-Through Shirt

Olivia Dunne’s Sister Julz Goes Viral In See-Through Shirt

Olivia Dunne’s sister Julz has seen her stardom explode in recent months.

Over the past two years, Olivia Dunne has obviously been the biggest star in all of college sports. Between her ‘nippy’ video, wild bath tub photos and racy hotel room video, she has been in the news cycle consistently just in the last few weeks alone.

That being said, her celebrity has reached such heights at this point that it is now trickling down to her sister, Julz.

Julz has also set the internet ablaze a ton over the past few months, for everything ranging from her wild outfits to her see-through clothing.

This week proved to be no exception.

In a now-viral photo, Julz’s see-through shirt went mega-viral on social media:

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If it feels like Julz has been causing a stir a lot over the past few months, it is because she definitely has been. She has blown up online for everything ranging from her provocative Halloween costumes to her wild beach days.

In addition, Julz’s general social media post always do huge numbers as well:

 

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And based on how thing have been going for her lately, it is fair to say that Julz is now more famous than a lot of currently actively college sports athletes.

The only question now is how much further her stock can rise from here.

Will 2024 be the year Julz eclipses her sister in terms of popularity?

Time will tell.

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Carlos Garcia

A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.
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