They’re serving to her get out of a sticky state of affairs.
Gorilla Glue woman Tessica Brown has raised greater than $13,000 in simply one day on GoFundMe as she grapples with getting the adhesive out of her hair.
The Louisiana girl — whose hair has been caught stable for a month after she used the superglue in lieu of hairspray — began the fundraiser on Monday.
She got down to increase $1,500 — however by 9 a.m. Tuesday had raised greater than $13,382 with donations from 776 individuals.
The fundraiser — began by Brown and a relative and utilizing a photograph from her go to to the emergency room — didn’t element what she’d use the money for.
However she allegedly plans to sue over the hair-raising ordeal, in addition to fly to California Wednesday when she’s reportedly getting free remedy from Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Obeng to lastly free her locks.
Brown went viral final week when she revealed on TikTok how her hair had been caught stable for a month after she used the extra-strong superglue after working out of her standard hair product.
“Dangerous, dangerous, dangerous concept,” she mentioned in the unique clip, which had been seen greater than 20 million instances by Tuesday morning.
A lot of those that donated this week supplied prayers, with others suggesting attainable therapies — together with WD-40 lubricant.
“I can’t think about a extra traumatic strategy to come into the ‘public eye,’” wrote Darnella Ford, who donated $20.
Seana McDuffie chipped in $50 largely out of “laughing as laborious as I did” at Brown’s plight.
“She entertained me for days throughout this snow storm,” Dylan Valladao wrote, whereas contributing $5.
Gorilla Glue tweeted its sympathies over the “unlucky state of affairs” — however burdened there was no cause to suppose it was clever to make use of the adhesive on hair.
“It is a distinctive state of affairs as a result of this product shouldn’t be indicated to be used in or on hair as it’s thought of everlasting,” the corporate burdened.