Tessica Brown became “Gorilla Glue Girl” after she accidentally sprayed her hair with Gorilla Glue spray adhesive instead of hairspray. After suffering from rock-hard hair for a month, she finally visited the emergency room for help. The whole embarassing incident went viral, and Nicki Minaj shouted Brown in the song “Fractions.”
Tessica Brown has recorded a new track that incorporates samples from the original viral TikTok. It’s set to a beat, then she raps over it. The song, called “Ma Hair,” is due out tomorrow, according to TMZ.
Brown’s manager Gina Rodriguez says the song was recorded last month in Hollywood. Independent producer Phil Valley worked on the tune. This is the first time she’s ever rapped.
Tessica says she wanted to reclaim her voice, and that’s why she’s doing the song. Several unauthorized remixes of the original TikTock themselves went viral. Now, she wants control of the meme.
Brown’s team reached out to Nicki’s people for a collab on the track, but they never heard back. Instead, “Ma Hair” will be a solo single. We’ll wait to see if Nicki comments on the track once it drops.
Since the incident, Gorilla Glue Girl has been the subject of all kinds of wild viral rumors. She does not have cancer. A GoFundMe page was made by an imposter at some point, which led to fans calling her a fraud. For now, she’s just a girl rapping about supergluing her hair… Without Nicki Minaj.
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