Olivia Dunne’s rival Breckie Hill teases fans in a daring low-cut outfit and says: “Let me cook you something.”
INFLUENCER Breckie Hill has once again made the hearts of her fans beat faster.
The nineteen-year-old rival of Olivia Dunne took to Instagram on Monday with an offer for her fans.
Accompanied by the caption, “Lemme, cook yourself something,” Hill posed appropriately in the kitchen as she showed off her daring low-cut black top.
Fans gushed over her latest racy snap, with one asking, “Is it just me or is the kitchen heating up [sweating emoji]”
Another called Hill a “goddess!!” while one remarked: “You cook well [loved up emoji]”
And while she kept her answers limited, she made a few exceptions.
One fan took a slightly different approach to answering, commenting, “I like chocolate chip cookies with walnuts,” to which she said, “Interesting combo, but I got you.”
While another commented on how they “just want her to come over to me [crying emoji]”
Luckily for her, Hill later said she was “so in”
For Hill, this post came on the same day that LSU gymnast and social media star Dunne, 20, appeared to smack her rival on TikTok.
In a video titled “He Didn’t Pick Me,” she appeared to poke fun at one of Hill’s recent videos.
As in Hill’s clip, Dunne appeared to be hanging from a hanger in a closet in a black hoodie.
Both were then pushed aside like a coat hanger as the song “So pick me” played.
But that’s far from the first sign that tensions between the two are running high.
In February, while speaking to YouTube star Lofe, Hill called Dunne “so f***h.”
“Plus, every single person she’s met has been like, ‘Oh, she’s so mean personally.’
“She says, ‘Oh, you shame me.’ She and her friends bullied me.
“They said, ‘Oh yeah, she’s a cheater.’ Like a Walmart version (by Dunne).”
Hill later said that she would hit Dunne if given the chance.
Then, when Hill appeared on the BFF Podcast with Dave Portnoy, Josh Richards and Bri Chickenfry in March, she claimed Dunne blocked her on all platforms.
She explained: “I had been getting comments on my TikToks for at least a month or two saying ‘Oh, Livvy 2.0’ and then they tagged them.
“And then I went on her Instagram because I remember following her and being blocked.
“That was before the drama happened. So I was like, ‘This is weird, why am I blocked?’
“And so I ended up responding to one of the comments that said, ‘Livvy with guns.’
“And her friend came up to me and said, ‘Hey, Livvy thinks this is weird, can you delete it?’
“And I said, ‘Well, Livvy blocked me, so if she wants to tell me something, she can reach out herself.’ So I kept the video up.”