A video on TikTok has surfaced and gone viral for the past day. The video was uploaded by user im_d_ollady showing their reaction after spraying gorilla glue spray in their hair and has been stuck for over a month!
The TikTok has reached all of the social media platforms, and as worrying as it is many people are finding this concerning yet funny. It’s rare to see or hear about someone spraying extra strong glue in their hair.
Funny fails and hairstyles that have gone wrong have been going viral on the internet for years. But it’s @im_d_ollady TikTok that at the moment is under that viral fail bracket!
Background of the im_d_ollady TikTok video
The TikTok was uploaded by Tessica Brown a woman from America. The video has gained over 9 million views on TikTok and has been shared on all social media platforms.
The video shows Tessica Brown showing her really slick hair, then shortly explaining that she decided to replace her normal hair spray and use ‘Gorilla Glue’ one of the stickiest glues you can purchase.
Tessica explains that her hair has been like this for a month and can’t even wash the glue out – her hair is now permanently like that!
Since the video went viral, Tessica Brown’s TikTok video has gained a lot of attention to her TikTok account. She’s gained over 200 thousand followers and 2.7 million total likes!
Some Twitter users are claiming the video is fake and Tessica Brown pretended to have glued hair. However, Tessica made a follow-up TikTok video showing her trying to wash out the glue with shampoo… but it doesn’t work!
Social media’s reaction to the im_d_ollady TikTok
This person has no sympathy at all. She’s trying to keep her laugh in at work due to the emotional and panic type noises heard in the TikTok video.
This woman might be on to something. She thinks that the ‘Gorilla Glue’ company should make hair spray and hair gel and remover because it clearly works holding hair in place!
This user tweets about how this happened to his school mate and was forced to shave off all his hair. Tessica Brown might have to follow the same treatment!