- A woman who went viral after she used a really strong brand of glue to lay her hair edges has shared updates on the process to get the glue removed
- Taking to Instagram, she shared pictures of herself in hospital and also the treatment they were using to help her remove the strong glue
- Many have shown the young woman sympathy while others resorted to making jokes about her very peculiar situation
Last week a young American woman, Tessica Brown, went viral after she asked for help to remove Gorilla glue from her head after she used the strong adhesive to lay her edges when her hair gel was finished.
Soon pictures of her in distress over her situation went viral as thousands of people across the world either sympathised or laughed at her misfortune. She has since shared an update about the ongoing situation.
Taking to her Instagram page, she first shared a picture of the hospital entrance and then one of herself laying on a hospital bed while a nurse attended to her. She also shared a picture of the medication they prescribed her to use.
Meanwhile, thousands of people have been watching the story unfold. Many of them shared their thoughts on Tessica's situation. Read a few of their comments below:
"So glad someone is helping, hope it’s over soon and you’re OK!"
"Lord give her relief and healing. No scalp damage and the ability to grow hair still in life."
"Yessss I hope they get the glue out soon!"
Briefly.co.za also reported that a young South African husband with the Twitter handle @Ashseraka2 recently headed to Twitter to share a hilarious post about how he suddenly owes his wife money after she had bought herself a handbag.
"I owe my wife R750 for a bag she bought herself #Shadani," he wrote in the funny yet puzzling Twitter post.
Mzansi really could not deal but at the same time sympathised with the man and his married life woes. A lot of them also headed to the comment section to share advice as well as stories of similar things that have happened in their relationships.
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