Gorilla Glue Girl Is Back — With A Song

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Tessica Brown –– known on the internet as Gorilla Glue Girl –– is back. Thankfully, no glue is involved this time.

According to TMZ, Tessica is using music to rehash the whole glue fiasco earlier this year and even hoped for a feature from Nicki Minaj.

If you don't remember, Tessica went viral back in February after seeking help to remove Gorilla Glue adhesive spray from her hair. She said she put used the spray because she was out of her regular go-to spray hold and had to be somewhere. It took weeks and oils, washing, and even a trip to an emergency room before a plastic surgeon stepped into help.

Tessica told the outlet she's planning on releasing a song Friday (November 19) that remixes clips from her original TikTok video with new, original rap lyrics she wrote on her own.

The track is called, "Ma Hair" and her manager, Gina Rodriguez told the outlet it's the first time Tessica's rapped.

Now, for why Tessica was hoping for a feature from Nicki, TMZ says it's because of the name drop the rapper did in her song "Fractions" released in May that shouted out "little Miss Gorilla Glue."

Even though Tessica never heard back from Nicki, she's still releasing the song and said that it's her creative way of reclaiming the narrative for her own personal reasons.

Some remixes of the her TikTok video have already been made and remixed some more, but Tessica's version is coming soon.

Her hair care line is already here, too.

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