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Say it ain't so! Tennessee Titans quarterback Will Levis and his girlfriend of three years, social media influencer Gia Duddy, are facing rumors that they've ended their three year relationship.
Though neither Levis nor Duddy have confirmed their split, Barstool Sports' Pardon My Take podcast first posted the claim on Monday. "Look out Nashville," the podcast's X account posted on the platform formerly known as Twitter, along with a graphic declaring the mayo-loving rookie to be "officially single."
The couple first caught public attention earlier this year when Duddy was seen sitting next to Levis during the NFL Draft. The 24-year-old was initially projected to be a Top 10 first-round pick, but was ultimately chosen by the Titans as the 33rd pick overall after slipping to the second round. Even through the apparent disappointment, fans couldn't help but notice Duddy sitting by his side, whose presence subsequently went viral on social media.
The 21-year-old Penn State graduate already had lucrative partnerships with brands such as Ulta Beauty, Bloom Nutrition, and e.l.f., at that point, and thanks to the attention she received on draft night, Duddy landed an additional deal with Burger King.
"The one positive thing that me and my family took away from draft night is just the attention on social media my sisters and girlfriend got, so that was good," Levis later revealed on Barstool's The Mid Show podcast, admitting that Duddy's TikTok followers had doubled since draft night.
If the two did indeed part ways, it must have been rather sudden—as Duddy just recently made the move to Nashville to be closer to Levis earlier this month. She likewise posted a photo of herself wearing a Titans cap at Nissan Stadium in Nashville less than a month ago on Aug. 26.
As of now, there are no details about the alleged split beyond the Pardon My Take report, but neither party has come forward to deny the rumors, either.
Levis and Duddy first met at Penn State, where Levis played football before eventually transferring to University of Kentucky in 2021 to finish out his college football career.