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Avani Reyes PUTS Gorilla Glue in hair by "Accident" | Another TikToker asks Gofundme $ for Hospital

Avani Reyes PUTS Gorilla Glue in hair by "Accident" | Another TikToker asks Gofundme $ for Hospital . Gorilla Glue Girl Again? I guess Saturday Night Live will have to do another SNL Gorilla Glue sketch for Avani. IN Saturday's SNl's sketch it is A commercial advertises two lawyers (Regina King, Kenan Thompson) dedicated to suing the makers of Gorilla Glue. THERE’S ANOTHER GORILLA GLUE GIRL AND WE’RE SO TIRED OF THIS SAGA Right. By now, you’ll be familiar with the legacy of Gorilla Glue Girl – AKA Tessica Brown – the unfortunate woman who switched her regular hair glue for Gorilla Glue and a month later, was still stuck with it. After multiple washes, a trip to the hospital, and a scalp burn from acetone, Brown was finally freed at the end of last week thanks to a trip to a cosmetic surgeon in LA, who used a medical-grade glue remover to unstick her head. Although there were rumours that Brown was planning to sue Gorilla Glue, she has now announced that she will be donating the $24k she raised on GoFundMe to charity. Happy ending, right? Well, sort of. In an attempt to prove that the ordeal was just a joke – it wasn’t – rapper Len Martin glued a Solo Cop to his lip and attempted to lick it off. Spoiler alert: it didn’t work and he had to go to the hospital to have it removed. Martin later found out that if the damage doesn’t heal correctly, he will have to have part of his lip removed. OK, so that’s the end now, right? Right? Wrong! Apparently, some people have been living under a rock because there is now another Gorilla Glue Girl. Make-up TikToker Avani Reyes went viral over the weekend in a video that shows her attempting to comb her matted hair that has been glued down. “You guys, my hair will not comb,” she says. ‘But why did she put glue in her hair?‘, you ask? We‘d love to know too, so please do mail in with your answers. Comments on later videos suggest that there was an initial video of the glue being put in which was later taken down by the platform. Unsurprisingly, Reyes has not been given the same sympathy as Brown, with comments on her videos suggesting she only did it for clout. Videos that have followed the original have seen her go to the hospital and allegedly set up a GoFundMe (no link can be found) to afford the money to fly to LA. Watch the videos below to pass judgement. And while you’re at it, STOP. PUTTING. GORILLA. GLUE. IN. YOUR. HAIR. ------------ Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing.” If you have any issues please contact me directly at email on my about page. “All the videos, songs, images, and graphics used in the video belong to their respective owners and I or this channel does not claim any right over them. --------------- Gorilla Glue Girl Tessica Brown TikTok Glue Spray in her hair | Tessica Brown suing Gorilla Glue Gorilla Glue Comments on Tessica Brown TikTok Girl using their Spray in her hair Company SAYS SORRY Gorilla Glue Comments on Tessica Brown TikTok using their Spray in her hair Gorilla Glue challenge Tessica Brown | Tessica Brown suing Gorilla Glue Gorilla Glue Said It's Sorry To Hear About The Woman Who Accidentally Glued Her Hair In Place Gorilla Glue said it's "very sorry to hear" about the plight of Tessica Brown, who went viral after posting about how she accidentally used the company's spray adhesive to secure her hairstyle. In her original TikTok, which has been viewed nearly 20 million times, Brown shares that she had used the Gorilla Glue product to finish her ponytail after running out of her usual hairspray. That decision tragically led to a monthlong effort to undo the damage, with many sympathizers following her journey. In a follow-up TikTok, Brown vigorously rubs shampoo in her hair to no avail. "This is the life I have to live," she says almost in tears. Over the weekend, Brown told followers she went to a hospital to seek help. Meanwhile, her family and friends have tried other treatments, like soaking Brown's head, with seemingly minimal results. Here's a full timeline of events gathered by Darian Symoné Harvin on her Beauty IRL newsletter. On Monday, Gorilla Glue released a statement acknowledging Brown's predicament. "We are very sorry to hear about the unfortunate incident that Miss Brown experienced using our Spray Adhesive on her hair," the company wrote on Twitter. "We are glad to see in her recent video that Miss Brown has received medical treatment from her local medical facility and wish her the best." Twitter: @GorillaGlue
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