She intentionally stuck glue on her head instead of hairspray and lived a nightmare.

“Stiff where?” says the narrator. Tessica Brown posed the question on TikTok a week ago, before the rest of the world was aware of her plight. “It’s my hair,” she said.

Brown has been fighting for more than a month against what appears to be an irreparable decision: putting Gorilla Glue to hold her hairstyle in place by accident.

“I’ve had my hair like a way for approximately a month.” “It’s not my decision, no, it’s not my choice,” she says in the video, which has been viewed over 20 million times.

“When I’m doing my hair, I prefer to finish it off with a little Got2B spray, just to hold it in place?”

“Well, I didn’t have any more Got2B spray, so I used this,” she adds, holding out a container of Gorilla Glue, a super-strong glue for materials like metal, stone, and wood that, according to the company’s website, “makes a transparent, permanent bond that is moisture resistant.”

Brown shouts, “Horrible, bad, bad idea!” “If you don’t want your hair to be like that forever, don’t use this.”

Brown did not appear pleased by the drama, which has been both intriguing and disturbing for onlookers. She slathers Pantene Pro V on her head and illustrates how difficult her hairdo is in a video posted on her Instagram on Thursday.

“Take a look at what occurs when you wipe it off. This is the life I’m now living. “I guess this is the life I’m going to have to live,” she adds before crying.

Brown’s “forever ponytail” has resulted in trips to the medical department, as well as cures such as coconut oil and tea tree oil – some have even speculated she may seek legal action, but this has yet to be proven.

“I could tell Shorty honestly didn’t know she had placed one of the world’s most potent adhesives in her [hair],” tweeted Chance the Rapper, and writer Roxane Gay simply said: “I’m praying for her scalp.” But, sis, you don’t have a case,” I say, shaking my head.

To assist, plastic surgeons and hair stylists have given their skills for free. Brown posted two videos to social media on Saturday: one on TikTok shows her wincing as a nurse applies acetone wipes and sterile water to her head, with a song playing in the background with the repetitive lyrics “Oh no, oh no, oh no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, It’s unclear if either intervention was successful.

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Stiff where????? Ma hair 🤬🤬

♬ original sound – Tessica Brown

Gorilla Glue expressed regret for the occurrence and expressed gratitude that Brown was receiving treatment – but said that “this is a highly unique circumstance because this product is not advised for use in or on hair as it is considered permanent.” ‘Do not swallow,’ says the warning label on our spray glue. ‘Do not get in your eyes, on your skin, or on your clothes.’