‘Gorilla Glue Girl’ considers lawsuit and launches fundraiser to cover hospital fee

After tasking a risk that incredibly backfired, Tessica Brown, known as “Gorilla Glue girl” on social media, is still finding the solution to her hair problem.

After using Gorilla Glue on her hair as a replacement for her standard hairspray, TMZ, as reported via Complex. says that hospital staff don’t know an effective way of treating Brown’s scalp.

During last weekend, they used rubbing alcohol in order to help dissolve the glue. However, the glue absorbed the solution as the hair rehardened and a remedy still hasn’t been found.

On Sunday, Brown created a GoFundMe campaign to help cover her medical bills, surpassing the $1,500 goal having raised more than $9,000.


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Even Chance The Rapper took to Twitter to share both humour and support for Brown in battling her tricky hair predicament as the original video she shared went viral on Twitter.


According to TMZ, Brown has already started the legal process of hiring a lawyer and are looking into options with the view of a lawsuit.

Beyonce’s hairstylist, Neal Farinah, posted on Instagram with an offer to help Brown.



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Gorilla Glue have shared condolences for Brown, but reaffirmed that the product shouldn’t be used on “eyes, on skin, or on clothing.”

Source: TMZ via Complex