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She's come unstuck! Louisiana mother, 40, who sprayed her hair with Gorilla Glue FINALLY has it removed by a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon during four-hour-long $12,500 procedure

Gorilla Glue Woman Gets Her Ponytail Cut Off (Watch)

Piece by piece: Plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Obeng used a custom formula to dissolve the glue in Tessica's hair, slowly pulling apart each strand with tweezers in a four-hour procedure

  • Tessica Brown, from Violet, Louisiana, set her hair with the permanent adhesive more than a month ago, and has been trying to remove it ever since 
  • On Wednesday, she underwent treatment by plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Obeng
  • The treatment was given to her for free, but would normally have cost $12,500
  • Dr. Obeng used a custom mix of medical-grade adhesive remover, aloe vera, olive oil, and acetone in order to dissolve the Gorilla Glue
  • The mother-of-five teared up after the procedure was done, and was seen running her hands through her hair in a state of shock 
  • Tessica made multiple attempts to try and remove the glue, including cutting her long ponytail off, making a trip to the ER, and doing acetone treatments at home
  • Since sharing her story in a TikTok video last week, Tessica has earned viral fame, racking up 800,000 Instagram followers, and 945,000 fans on TikTok 
  • She also started a GoFundMe in the wake of the viral frenzy, and has thus far managed to raise a staggering $20,000
  • In a recent interview, she admitted she regrets posting the video because of the public scrutiny and criticism she and her children have facedtessica brown's ponytail

The Louisiana mom-of-five who sprayed her hair with Gorilla Glue has finally had the adhesive removed from her locks with the help of a Los Angeles plastic surgeon after a month-long ordeal that saw her burn her scalp with acetone and hack off her ponytail in an attempt to free her tresses. 

Tessica Brown, 40, traveled to Los Angeles from her home in Violet, Louisiana, on Wednesday to visit Beverly Hills surgeon Dr. Michael Obeng, who dissolved the Gorilla Glue and rescued the mother's hair during a $12,500 procedure that took four hours to complete. 

In a video taken at Dr. Obeng's office, Tessica - who was given a light anesthesia before the treatment - is seen lying on an operating table after the successful procedure, running her hands through her freed locks and tearing up with relief while marveling at the sensation. 

Success! The woman who sprayed her hair with Gorilla Glue has finally had the adhesive removed by a plastic surgeon in Los Angeles, who managed to dissolve it and salvage her locks

Where it all began: Tessica Brown, 40, from Louisiana, revealed in a viral TikTok video last week that she had set her hair with the permanent adhesive and had been stuck with it for a month

Where it all began: Tessica Brown, 40, from Louisiana, revealed in a viral TikTok video last week that she had set her hair with the permanent adhesive and had been stuck with it for a month 

Piece by piece: Plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Obeng used a custom formula to dissolve the glue in Tessica's hair, slowly pulling apart each strand with tweezers in a four-hour procedure

Piece by piece: Plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Obeng used a custom formula to dissolve the glue in Tessica's hair, slowly pulling apart each strand with tweezers in a four-hour procedure

Teamwork: Dr. Obeng and his staff worked on Tessica's hair for four hours, pouring his mixture over her locks and slowly pulling apart each strand

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Tessica Brown FINALLY gets glue removed from hair by LA surgeon

Dr. Obeng, who offered Tessica the pricey treatment for free after seeing her plight online, used a custom mix of chemicals and natural products in order to dissolve the glue, having first practiced on a dummy head to ensure his formula would work. 

Dr. Obeng used a mix of medical-grade adhesive remover, MGD - which is a mix of aloe vera and olive oil - and a small amount of acetone to break down the glue in Tessica's hair. 

'I looked up the compound, the main active ingredient in Gorilla Glue: polyurethane,' Dr. Obeng explained to TMZ. 'Then we figured out the science, how to break it down.'

He continued: 'We bought chemicals that have components to dissolve the solvent, we used medical-grade adhesive remover that we use in the operating room.

'Then we have another active ingredient, MGD. We added MGD to it - which is an aloe vera and olive oil mixture. Then we added a little acetone.' 

During the procedure, the mixture was applied to Tessica's hair using a spray bottle, while Dr. Obeng used medical tweezers and scissors to try and gently pull the matted hair apart, cutting the strands of glue that were holding her tresses together.

The doctor and his tea, then ran a comb through the hair to finally remove the glue, before applying a deep conditioning treatment to protect the locks.  

Tricky: Tessica was given light anesthesia ahead of the procedure, during which her hair was coated in a mix of medical-grade glue dissolver, aloe vera, olive oil, and acetone 

Freedom! Before heading to Los Angeles to visit Dr. Obeng, Tessica had her sister cut off her lengthy ponytail in the hopes that it would help her to get rid of the glue 

Pricey: The procedure would normally have cost $12,500, however Dr. Obeng offered it to Tessica for free, having heard about her plight online 

Pain: Tessica's scalp has been left inflamed as a result of the chemicals that were used during the month she spent trying to remove the glue

Pain: Tessica's scalp has been left inflamed as a result of the chemicals that were used during the month she spent trying to remove the glue 

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Gorilla Glue hair woman gets adhesive removed by plastic surgeon

Tessica was given painkillers and steroids to reduce the swelling and inflammation caused by the glue - and the chemicals that she used to try and remove it.  

Remarkably, Dr. Obeng was able to salvage much of Tessica's hair - although she admitted after the procedure that she wishes she had visited him before asking her sister to chop off her lengthy ponytail in the hopes of removing the glue. 

'I can scratch it!' Tessica told the camera while running her nails along her scalp. 'Now I wish I had waited for my sister to cut my ponytail off.' 

The mother-of-five revealed that she is now planning to get extensions to restore some length to her short locks, however she has been told that she needs to wait at least six weeks before doing so.   

In the meantime, Tessica is going to work with what she has left - joking that she needs to get her short locks styled ahead of Valentine's Day, for which she already has a date lined up.  

Prior to visiting Dr. Obeng, Tessica had taken several drastic steps to try and remove the permanent glue spray herself, having been stuck with rigid, immovable locks for more than a month.  

When she first shared her story on TikTok, Tessica explained that she sprayed the glue in her hair after running out of her favorite Göt2b Glued Spray.  

Welcome surprise: Tessica had feared that she would lose all of her hair during the process, however Dr. Obeng was able to salvage her short locks
Welcome surprise: Tessica had feared that she would lose all of her hair during the process, however Dr. Obeng was able to salvage her short locks

Welcome surprise: Tessica had feared that she would lose all of her hair during the process, however Dr. Obeng was able to salvage her short locks 

Examination: Dr. Obeng examined Tessica's head before applying the mixture of chemicals that dissolved the glue

Examination: Dr. Obeng examined Tessica's head before applying the mixture of chemicals that dissolved the glue 

Process: Tessica's hair was hardened by the glue (pictured) so she had to sit with the mixture on her head to allow it to dissolve the glue before Dr. Obeng pulled her stands apart
Process: Tessica's hair was hardened by the glue so she had to sit with the mixture on her head (pictured) to allow it to dissolve the glue before Dr. Obeng pulled her stands apart

Process: Tessica's hair was hardened by the glue (left) so she had to sit with the mixture on her head (right) to allow it to dissolve the glue before Dr. Obeng pulled her stands apart

To her horror, she soon realized that the adhesive offered a much more permanent fix than hairspray - and in her first viral video, she revealed that she had made 15 attempts to wash the glue out of her hair with no success. 

In the days after her post went viral, Tessica visited a local ER, where doctors used acetone on her scalp - which burned her scalp, but did little to remove the glue - and she then enlisted her sister to apply Goof Off glue remover to her locks to soften them up before cutting off Tessica's lengthy ponytail. 

While the move offered the business owner some relief from the headaches she had been suffering from, the hair on her head remained firmly fixed in place by the rock-hard glue. 

It was then that Tessica revealed her plans to travel to Los Angeles to visit Dr. Obeng, after he reached out to her online and revealed that he knew exactly how to free her locks from the adhesive once and for all.    

Earlier, Tessica opened up about the 'extreme' headaches she has been suffering from and her failed attempts to remove the spray glue in a candid interview with Entertainment Tonight, insisting she never meant to go viral when she shared her story on TikTok

'I never was going to take this to social media. The reason I took this to social media was because I didn't know what else to do,' she told ET's Melicia Johnson. 'And I know somebody out there could have told me something. I didn't think for one second when I got up the next morning it was gonna be everywhere.'

In the video, which has been viewed more than 28 million times, Tessica explained that she sprayed Gorilla Glue on her hair after she ran out her Göt2b Glued Spray and hasn't been able to move it for a month. 

Freedom! Images taken on Wednesday night showed Tessica leaving Dr. Obeng's office under a white sheet

Freedom! Images taken on Wednesday night showed Tessica leaving Dr. Obeng's office under a white sheet  

Success! Dr. Obeng reached out to Tessica after seeing her plight online, and offered to perform the treatment for free

Success! Dr. Obeng reached out to Tessica after seeing her plight online, and offered to perform the treatment for free  

Drastic measures: Before flying to LA, Tessica had taken several drastic steps to try and remove the adhesive, including a visit to her local ER

Drastic measures: Before flying to LA, Tessica had taken several drastic steps to try and remove the adhesive, including a visit to her local ER  

While speaking to ET, she noted she was in a hurry when she picked up the industrial-strength adhesive spray and 'definitely' regrets the last-minute decision.  

Tessica said she had used the Gorilla Glue before for other things and thought it would just 'wash right out.' When traditional shampoo failed to remove the glue, she tried olive and tea tree oils, but nothing worked. 

It was then that she turned to TikTok looking for advice. 

As of Thursday, hundreds of thousands of people have commented on the video, including Gorilla Glue. The company suggested that she try using rubbing alcohol to remove the glue, but the at-home remedy ended up being another failure. 

The morning after she posted the TikTok she went to to the emergency room at St. Bernard Parish Hospital in Chalmette, Louisiana, where healthcare workers tried removing the glue using 'little acetone packs' that burned her scalp. 

She denied reports that she spent 22 hours in the ER, explaining that she was told it would take them roughly 20 hours to remove the glue at the hospital. 

The working mom, who owns Tessica's Little Angels daycare and runs the Dazzling Divaz dance team, made the decision to use the acetone wipes at home because she couldn't be away from her kids for that long. 

Tessica admitted that the scrutiny and criticism that she has received has made her wish that she never posted the video.    

Last chance: Tessica was seen arriving in Los Angeles on Wednesday morning

Last chance: Tessica was seen arriving in Los Angeles on Wednesday morning

Incognito: The Violet, Louisiana, native covered her rock-hard hair with a white cap and a hooded sweatshirt

Incognito: The Violet, Louisiana, native covered her rock-hard hair with a white cap and a hooded sweatshirt 

Candid: Tessica recently opened up about her hair woes during an interview with Entertainment Tonight, admitting she wishes she never shared her story on TikTok

Candid: Tessica recently opened up about her hair woes during an interview with Entertainment Tonight, admitting she wishes she never shared her story on TikTok 

Hard to handle: The mother-of-five noted that she has been suffering from 'extreme headaches' and was warned by doctors that she may have permanent scalp damage
Hard to handle: The mother-of-five noted that she has been suffering from 'extreme headaches' and was warned by doctors that she may have permanent scalp damage

Hard to handle: The mother-of-five noted that she has been suffering from 'extreme headaches' and was warned by doctors that she may have permanent scalp damage

'I told my son today, 'I wish I could just go back,' because I'm over it. I'm over it,' she said. 'I'm usually the person that I don't care what people say. I just move at my own pace. I don't care what people say, but it's just getting to the point where people are on TV saying stuff about me.' 

Tessica especially took offense to claims that she purposely sprayed the glue on her hair because was seeking online fame.  

'Who in their right mind would say, 'Oh well, let me just spray this in my head and become famous overnight?'' she asked. 'Never! Who would want them to do that? I needed somebody to tell me how to take this off, that's all it was.'

However, she explained that what has been most hurtful — for both her and her school-age daughters — is being publicly branded 'Gorilla Glue Girl.' 

'My name is Tessica,' she said. 'Every time somebody puts up something on social media, that's it, my inbox is flooded. Don't worry about this thing. Yeah, y'all can say that. 

'This is what my momma keeps telling me, 'Stop reading the comments.' But I can't help myself. I go read them, and they're still sending me clips of what happened…It's way, way, way, too much.'

Tessica said the unwanted media attention has negatively affected her daughters, recalling how her one little girl wouldn't let her do her hair the other day.  

Ouch! Tessica, who also shared a video of a friend trying at-home remedies to remove the glue, said she and her children have been facing an onslaught of public scrutiny and criticism

Ouch! Tessica, who also shared a video of a friend trying at-home remedies to remove the glue, said she and her children have been facing an onslaught of public scrutiny and criticism

Tools: Tessica said she decided to leave the ER and continue the acetone treatment at home. On Tuesday, she had her ponytail hacked off, but nothing has worked

Tools: Tessica said she decided to leave the ER and continue the acetone treatment at home. On Tuesday, she had her ponytail hacked off, but nothing has worked 

Whoa: Tessica started a GoFundMe account with a goal of $1,500 to buy the wigs she was told she would need, but she has raised more than $20,000 in donations as of Thursday 

Despite the onslaught of criticism, the mom has also received plenty of support, including messages from Missy Elliott, Chance the Rapper, and Beyoncé's hairstylist, Neal Farinah, who offered her a wig. 

'A lot of people want to give me hair,' she said, 'but the reason I wasn't accepting it is because I don't want people to be like, 'Oh, that's why she did it.''

Since Tessica first shared her story last week, she has racked up hundreds of thousands of followers across her social media accounts. She now has more than 866,000 fans on TikTok and over 756, 000 on Instagram. 

Her Instagram account has even been verified with a blue check, something that is usually only given to celebrities and public figures.  

She has also updated her bio to include an email address for her new manager — suggesting that she may have already been sent partnership opportunities by brands eager to capitalize on the viral interest surrounding her sticky saga. 

Tessica started a GoFundMe account with a goal of $1,500 to buy the wigs she was told she would need, but she has raised more than $18,000 in donations as of Wednesday.  

Say what? Tessica, who is known as @im_d_ollady on TikTok, stunned social media users last week when she revealed she set her hair with Gorilla Glue spray — and now it won't move

Say what? Tessica, who is known as @im_d_ollady on TikTok, stunned social media users last week when she revealed she set her hair with Gorilla Glue spray — and now it won't move 

Yikes: She explained in her viral TikTok video that she ran out of her Göt2b Glued Spray and used Gorilla Glue instead
Yikes: She explained in her viral TikTok video that she ran out of her Göt2b Glued Spray and used Gorilla Glue instead

Yikes: She explained in her viral TikTok video that she ran out of her Göt2b Glued Spray and used Gorilla Glue instead 

Throwback: Tessica used to wear her hair in braids before switching up her look

Throwback: Tessica used to wear her hair in braids before switching up her look 

'Nothing happens': In a follow-up video, Tessica lathered her hair with shampoo to show how it doesn't do anything to remove the glue spray
'Nothing happens': In a follow-up video, Tessica lathered her hair with shampoo to show how it doesn't do anything to remove the glue spray

'Nothing happens': In a follow-up video, Tessica lathered her hair with shampoo to show how it doesn't do anything to remove the glue spray

She told ET that she will be putting the rest of the money towards her medical expenses as she fears her hair may never grow back. 

'From us reading about everything — and already done start happening — [I'm getting] extreme headaches,' she explained. 'And the [doctors] said by the time they get it all out or cut it all off, I may have scalp damage and in some parts it may never grow back.' 

However, she has denied reports that she has hired an attorney and is considering suing Gorilla Glue over the mishap, admitting: 'I made a mistake.'    

Gorilla Glue released a statement about the situation on social media Monday.  

'We are aware of the situation and we are very sorry to hear about the unfortunate incident that Miss Brown experienced using our Spray Adhesive on her hair,' the brand tweeted. 'We are glad to see in her recent video that Miss Brown has received medical treatment from her local medical facility and wish her the best.'

Tessica said she doesn't understand where the company's statement and reports of her getting a lawyer are coming from.   

As for her hair itself, she told the publication that it was starting to loosen up a bit. On Tuesday, she shared a video of her sister hacking off her long ponytail in an attempt to remove the glue. 

Tessica sat with her head in her hands while her sister applies Goof Off superglue remover to her hair in the hopes of softening her rock-hard locks enough to cut through it with scissors.  

Try it: Gorilla Glue actually commented on Tessica's video, advising she spray a mix of alcohol and water on her hair to try to remove it, but it didn't work

Try it: Gorilla Glue actually commented on Tessica's video, advising she spray a mix of alcohol and water on her hair to try to remove it, but it didn't work 

Response: Gorilla Glue later released a statement about the situation on Monday after it was reported that Tessica wanted to sue. She has denied the report that she had hired an attorney

Response: Gorilla Glue later released a statement about the situation on Monday after it was reported that Tessica wanted to sue. She has denied the report that she had hired an attorney 

'We've been using acetone every day trying to soften it up,' Tessica's sibling explained. 'It kind of feels like it may have softened up a bit, but we're going to use this [Goof Off]. 

'We have some on here already but I'm going to add a little more and then we're just going to cut this whole ponytail off and try to let it breathe a little bit.' 

Using a large pair of orange-handled kitchen scissors, Tessica's sister cut off the ponytail near the base, getting as close to her sibling's head as possible. 

'So this is kind of what it looks like now,' she said while showing off the short tuft at the back of Tessica's head. 'I was able to get the ponytail off, but it's still not opening it up as you all can see. 

'It's still kind of hardened so we're not letting the air in too much, but there's a little opening right there. So she might get a little bit of air out of there but not much because it's still pretty hard.' 

In an Instagram update shared after her failed trip to the hairstylist, Tessica revealed that she was going to travel to Los Angeles in order to meet with a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon who claimed he can remove the glue from her head once and for all.  

'I will be leaving tomorrow to go see a surgeon,' she wrote while thanking her new legion of followers for their concern. 

Heading off: Tessica revealed on Instagram on Tuesday that she was going to fly to Los Angeles to visit plastic surgeon Dr. Obeng, who claims he can remove the glue for her

Heading off: Tessica revealed on Instagram on Tuesday that she was going to fly to Los Angeles to visit plastic surgeon Dr. Obeng, who claims he can remove the glue for her

She's off: On Wednesday, she announced that she was on her way to LA while asking for prayers

She's off: On Wednesday, she announced that she was on her way to LA while asking for prayers 

Dr. Michael Obeng reached out to Tessica to offer his assistance, saying he can remove the adhesive with a medical-grade glue dissolver, but he believes the process could take up to three days. 

According to TMZ, the procedure would ordinarily cost a staggering $12,500, but Dr. Obeng has told Tessica he will do it for free.  

'I will update you guys the second I have news,' Tessica concluded her post. 'Again thank you so much.' 

Tessica was seen arriving in Los Angeles on Wednesday wearing a red graphic hoodie. She covered her hair with a white cap topped with the hood of her sweatshirt. 

She was also wearing a surgical mask, and the combination of the hat and face covering made her virtually unrecognizable as she walked with her head down. 

The mom announced she was flying to LA on Instagram earlier in the day, writing: 'Prayers for Traveling Grace. On my way to LA to get this glue out of my head finally.'

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Woman Warns Us Not to Use Gorilla Glue As Hair Spray … After She Did Just That (Watch) tessica brown's ponytail

There’s been some progress in the saga surrounding Tessica Brown, aka Gorilla Glue Woman.

According to TMZ, Brown chiseled away at her Gorilla Glue sprayed hair for four hours Tuesday night after work, and was able to at least cut off her ponytail with the assistance of a friend and some super glue remover.

The product “Goof Off” did the trick in what looked like a very painful process. A friend of Brown’s was able to get the ponytail loose enough to cut it off in tiny chunks using a pair of household scissors.

Watch below:

TMZ reports that despite the ponytail removal, “the hair on Tessica’s scalp kept hardening and she’s still planning to fly to Los Angeles to meet with the Beverly Hills doctor who says he can remove the rest of the adhesive spray product that started this whole saga.”

She spoke with TMZ Tuesday to address haters who claim she took her plight to social media strictly for clout. she says she only put her saga on social media as a cry for help, and vehemently denies she’s doing this for clout. Brown says she did it as a cry for help in getting her hair fixed, because all previous attempts made her scalp burn intensely.

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Gorilla-Glue-spray-into-hairs--1024x536Woman warns against using Gorilla Glue spray to hold hair in place.

*”Gorilla Glue” was trending Thursday afternoon after a woman took to TikTok to warn her followers not to use the industrial strength adhesive as a hair spray, should you run out of your regular spray and need something to hold you over.

The woman, whose hair appears to be permanently shellacked to her scalp, said she usually uses Got2b Glued freeze spray to “finish off” her hair, but ran out of the product. “So I used this,” she said, holding the Gorilla Glue spray toward the camera. “Bad, bad, bad idea.”

“Yall look. My hair?” she said, tapping and rubbing her hardened follicles. “It don’t move. You hear what I’m telling you? It don’t move. I’ve washed my hair 15 times and it don’t move!”

As if this is a common occurrence that warranted a warning, she said in closing, “If you ever run out of Got2b Glued spray, don’t ever, EVER use [Gorilla Glue spray] unless you want your hair to be like that forever.”

Watch below:

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Comment by Bobby on February 14, 2021 at 12:08pm

Saturday Night Live usually blows nowadays but they nailed it with this skit about Gorilla Glue Girl. 

https://youtu.be/eT6NUxmUrvk

Comment by mr1stroke on February 13, 2021 at 12:29pm

caribmama good morning sister girl, ok take a look at things, we have few enemies around us, and those closest to us make it easy for the rest of the world to destroy the community,  the black community is being exploited by many, you have old niggers like stephany myers who will go at your throat if you dont think like him/her since he is an old transgender from the 60s, than you have the negros who make poor political decisions again that will kill you if you choose to be different, you have the niggers who are destroying the community with crimes, than the house niggers who are selling the community, than politicians and the pharmaceutical companies and the last are the businesses who are getting rich off the community, now we have the marijuana industry that will come in full speed once its all law on national level, now ask your self as much these niggers want to go at each other, how many of them secure their spots in that industry, like invest in land, supplies and services, transportation for delivery, all those businesses will be going to the whites, asians and hispanics and niggers will be nothing but customers, in 2021 the black community is the poorest in term of investment, they dont own nothing all they do is work for others, and all those old slave niggers do is come on here and run their mouths about nonsense, when the last time you see them post any information, when the last time they contribute to anything that can help advance the community, this is black history month what are their activities, how do they contribute to the community? The smartest they can get is repeating anything they hear on the media about Trump but nothing else and that is sad

Comment by caribmama on February 13, 2021 at 11:56am

Ugh.....Stephen Myers!!!! Can't stand him! He talk to damn much. I don't get it with the house parties! Knowing full damn well what you are creating for you and your friends and family. I believe this virus was created in the lab like Aids was. Aids was created to kill the homosexuals, but of course most of them are bi sexual, so it spread to the black Community and look at who all the ads for Aids are geared towards (Gays & Blacks). We are helping them kill ourselves, they don't need a gun to do it. 

Comment by mr1stroke on February 12, 2021 at 2:13pm

caribmama lol this is the new world we are living in, dummies know there are so many idiots who will follow they do dumb s*** so they wont look stupid alone, those dumb young girls were already dumb, if they had any sense before coming online they would already know what makes sense or not 

Comment by mr1stroke on February 12, 2021 at 2:09pm

Sometimes you have to sit back and laugh at old slave niggers like stephen myers they run with the mouth being comfortable repeating after those white folks because they are conditioned slaves, the media blame Trump for those made up numbers for the death of the people from corona they are all repeating it, in the mean time in Chicago back in june they busted over 500 people in the project in Chicago having house party, no masks, in florida over 2000 people all negros no masks, last night in brooklyn they busted a bunch of them having a party in a bus full with guns, age from 16 to 21 again PSA police stopped them all from the projects, if you niggers stop listening to white people just may be you can inform the community of how to stay safe you dumb old f***, its 2021 no black person should still live with the slave mentality i will call you niggers out every time i see you, enough is enough i will not be nice to you and no i am not one of you, i know who i am, i know my past and will not sit here to let a white person lie to me nor do i will rely on a white person to help me survive, i can get out there and do the same thing they are doing no matter how hard or how long it may takes, and for those of you who classify your self in the same category as a n***** learn the difference between a n***** and a black person, stop believing and answering to what the white people call you, if they call you a dog will you bark? If a white person call me a n***** in my face before i damage his face i provoke him to hand me over self defense, not only i will win the case i will also sue him for damages and its not that hard all you have to do is answer him as a white n*****, and call him names like tell him the breast milk that help him standing is from the black made his daddy raped because hos mother was f****** so man black slaves with mandigo dicks her p**** was garbage so his daddy had to get that sweet gifted p**** from a weak black woman, i will degrade a white person where they might take their own life before i do, i hate racist white people as much as i hate niggers

Comment by caribmama on February 12, 2021 at 1:52pm

But you send her all that money so she can spend it on stupidity????? What has she learned from this experience? All she has done is teach young dumb girls to do the same thing. Put glue in hair, make a video that you can't get it out, try to sue the company that had nothing to do with it, start a go fund me so the dr can get it out and repeat!!!! Da Fugg!!!! Remember the Hiccup Girl.....look at where her dumb behind is now!!!

Comment by mr1stroke on February 12, 2021 at 1:45pm

caribmama lol she will be all over social media for being thr biggest donkey, thats not a good way to be popular, some people might send her money out if compassion thinking she must be doing so bad

Comment by caribmama on February 12, 2021 at 12:55pm

The look on the nurses face says it all! I can't believe someone doesn't wash their hair for a whole month. If your head is stankin'...I'm quite sure the rest of you is too!!!!! EWWWW!

Comment by caribmama on February 12, 2021 at 12:47pm

Why would anyone send her any money? So she could do stupid stuff like that again? Now she's going to be all over social media like she's a big time celebrity. She still ugly as fugg!!! no amount of eye lashes, relaxers or nails is going to fix that.

Comment by mr1stroke on February 12, 2021 at 12:42pm

stephen myers n***** if you hate America that much why are you so concern. Shouldnt you be happy Trump is destroying it if thats your point, you porch monkeys need to stop listening to your masters and read, your political practice is from a slave mentality, you believe anything a white person says instead of researching, you are so focus on Trump right now your precious governor the one you voted for 4 times in a roll Cuomo is under investigation for playing with the Corona death numbers, the same disease niggers like you blame Trump for, his excuse is its because he did not want the Trump administration to use it against him and the democratic party, he was mabbling like Joe Biden, now was it about the people and safety or about politics, but you niggers believe cuomo, the sad part even if you had a member of your family that died from that nonsense you niggers will forgive Cuomo and act like nothing happen, thats how much you niggers love your masters, this is what separate black man like me from the niggers, i a fan of no man, either its right or wrong, if ot is right i have to give credits, if it is wrong i have to call you out, but you niggers are so loyal to white people you will sell your soul to keep them happy, you old slave n*****, this aint the 60s you dont have to be afraid of white people any more, stop waiting for them to do for you like they are the white Jesus that you pray to everyday, wake up you porch monkey n*****

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