Tessica Brown Gorilla Glue: Lady applies permanent glue to hair, rushed to ER

Tessica Brown Gorilla Glue: Tessica Brown, a Louisiana resident who went viral on social media to complain that her her is permanently glued to her scalp after applying a beauty product, has checked into ER.

Tessica Brown Gorilla Glue: Lady applies permanent glue to hair, rushed to ER

Tessica hit over a million views on Instagram after she claimed that her hair has been stuck in the style of a braided ponytail for about a month after she sprayed Gorilla Glue on her actual hair.

Tessica says she has tried to wash her hair 15 times and even used coconut oil as a last resort, but came out with no luck.

On Saturday she posted a picture of her at the St. Bernard Parish Hospital to receive treatment to undo her mistake.

Tessica’s video has gone viral on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok with views topping of a million and thousands of comments.

Tons of people are sending her well-wishes, noting that while the situation is somewhat humorous, it’s also super serious and probably not very enjoyable for Tessica. Some celebs even shouted her out, including Chance the Rapper.

He writes,

“I’m glad mfs actually supporting her thru this,” adding … “When I watched the video the second time it was hard to laugh cause I could tell shorty genuinely didn’t know she had put one of the worlds most powerful adhesives in her s***. I hope she recovers well Folded hands #gorillagluegirl.”

Gorilla Glue has however reached out to a beauty expert who wrote them on how the lady could salvage the situation.

The response reads:

Thanks for reaching out.

We do not recommend using our products in or on hair as they are considered permanent. If someone does use this on their hair, they can try soaking the affected area in warm, soapy water or apply rubbing alcohol to the affected area. In this case, the less aggressive solvent for her hair/scalp would be rubbing alcohol and we suggest that she saturate her hair, gently comb it out and then use shampoo. If her hair has truly been glued down to her scalp and immobile for a month with that many aggressive attempts to wash it out, it is possible her hair is fractured at the root but we certainly hope for the best.

Her marketing team reached out to us and we have offered to speak with her to share these suggestions as well as checked in on her wellbeing. Safety is our top priority.

Tessica Brown has however checked into a clinic to assist her in removing the permanent glue from her head.

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