Mercy! The Gorilla Glue Girl from New Orleans is Back with Music
Remember the 'Gorilla Glue Girl' Tessica Brown from New Orleans? Brown went viral for using Gorilla Glue on her hair when she ran out of her regular hair spray. Her hair was locked in place for a solid month until a plastic surgeon in California was finally able to release her tresses.
Since then, Tessica has used her infamy to launch her own haircare line including her Forever Hair Forever Hold hair spray and Forever Hair Growth Stimulating Oil. It makes sense that she'd start her product line there, but I digress. Tessica is back. This time, with music!
TMZ posted this clip of her new song Ma Hair. Word is she reached out to Nicki Minaj to collaborate on the song to no avail even though Minaj shouted her out in her song Fractions.
Brown reportedly wrote the song herself. Let's hope when they release the entire song there's a little more to it. BTW, the full song is supposed to drop today according to TMZ.
Obviously, Gorilla Glue isn't made for these kinds of hijinx and says, "Our spray adhesive states in the warning label, “do not swallow, do not get in eyes, on skin, or on clothing…” It is used for craft, home, auto, or office projects to mount things to surfaces such as paper, cardboard, wood, laminate, and fabric."
The moral of the story? Gorilla Glue REALLY works! Oh, and if you're ever in a position to milk your 15 minutes of fame, do it!