The Gorilla Glue Saga Isn't Quite Over Yet

The "Gorilla Glue Girl" saga is one of the most stickily strenuous stories of 2021, and it just got even more complicated.

To slick back your memory, if you will, in February 2021, mom Tessica Brown, a.k.a. Gorilla Glue Girl, went viral on TikTok after posting about her hairrowing plight with Gorilla Glue. Brown explained in her video that she sprayed her hair with the household adhesive instead of her usual Got2b hairspray when she ran outand the results were not so smooth. Per People, Brown called the decision a "bad bad, bad idea," adding, "My hair has been like this for a month now. It's not by choice... I've washed my hair 15 times and it don't move." Luckily, what did move was the internet. And quickly!

After more updates from Brown, including how she spent 22 hours in the ER, per TMZ, Gorilla Glue apologized. And stars like Chance the Rapper and The View co-host Sunny Hostin tweeted their respective sympathies. Brown traveled to Beverly Hills, Calif., where plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Obeng removed the glue in a four-hour completely free procedure that would typically cost $12,500. And Brown's GoFundMe raised $23,878 by Feb. 16, 2021, though per Meaww, Brown donated $20,000 to a non-profit that helps people afford surgeries like hers. Seems like a shiny ending, right? Welp, this story is not drying out.

Another TikToker has come forward, claiming they've landed in a similar situation. Scroll down for the latest Gorilla Glue Girl chapter.

Another TikTok user claims they 'accidentally' used Gorilla Glue too

Apparently it takes glue to tango. According to The Daily Mail, another TikToker named Avani Reyes is making waves for also putting Gorilla Glue in her hair. As The New York Post wrote, Reyes attempted to "jump on the Gorilla Glue bandwagon" by posting a series of videos in February 2021, saying she "accidentally" sprayed the adhesive in her hair and can't remove it. According to the Post, Reyes has been admitted to the hospital after posting her videos. "I don't know what to do. This was an accident. I didn't mean to put Gorilla Glue in my hair," Reyes said in the multiple clips, per the outlet. "I tried washing it, it doesn't come off," she added, noting her, "scalp is burning."

Many TikTok users were less sympathetic toward Reyes than Tessica Brown, claiming she was just looking for her "15 minutes of fame," per the Post. Others argued Reyes sprayed her hair with Gorilla Glue on purpose"In the most disrespectful way as possible, i hope it stays in there," one TikTok user wrote. "I followed you just you seemed like a great person. But you willingly did that after it happened to that lady. & you have the audacity to ask people," another commented. "Dont feel for u at all," wrote a third. 

When it comes to a second Gorilla Glue Girl, the internet isn't as stuck to the story.