Woman Who Put Gorilla Glue In Her Hair May Sue + Gorilla Glue Speaks Out


In today’s episode of I KNOW YOU LYIN, a TikToker has officially gone viral for more than just her dance moves. Tessica Brown took to TikTok to let her followers know the reason she’s been rocking the same hairstyle for about a month is because after running out of Got 2 B Glue hairspray, she thought it would be a great idea to use, Gorilla Glue spray..... You can’t make this up! Check out the video below:

Some are saying she mixed it up with another popular hair spray called Gorilla Snot, however, I’m not buying it 🧐 These products aren’t sold in the same aisle, let alone store at times. Either way, Tessica has gone to the ER to get the glue removed however they had no luck.

According to TMZ, Tessica Brown is thinking about suing the company:

Our sources say Tessica's hired an attorney and is weighing her legal options against Gorilla Glue. We're told the label on the product she used says do not use on eyes, skin or clothing ... with no mention of hair, which Tessica feels is misleading. - TMZ

In all seriousness, I hope she gets that glue out of her hair without causing too much damage. But I think it should go without saying you shouldn’t put Gorilla Glue in your hair. Sis is lucky her hands are not also stuck together 😩

See below for Gorilla Glue's statement.

In case you've never seen the warning label for Gorilla Glue:

Gorilla Spray Adhesive is heavy duty, multi-purpose and easy to use. Gorilla Spray Adhesive forms a clear, permanent bond that is moisture resistant and can be used on projects both indoors and out. This spray adhesive is also photo safe. Its wide pad nozzle and controlled, fine mist spray provide an even application on the project you are working on.

To clean surface while adhesive is still wet/uncured, wipe adhesive off the project with a dry cloth. Isopropyl alcohol (IPA) may be used according to manufacturer’s instructions.

Once cured, Gorilla Spray Adhesive may be removed using mechanical means by gently scraping surface, being careful not to damage the surface underneath. - Via Gorilla Tough