After a surgical procedure to remove Gorilla Glue from a female's haire successfully a Ghana surgeon has received enormous applause and attention throughout the world. After posting a TikTok video, Tessica Brown went virally and explained why her hairstyle had remained the same for more than a month.
In a shocking development, she found that she had lost her usual hair spray Got2b (conceived for hair) and decided to use Gorilla Glue, a heavy-duty, industrial glue. Gorilla Glue.
After her hair grew compact and very hard, she immediately regretted the decision. Tessica's TikTok video gathered enormous audiences as she asked for help in handling her difficult luck.
Coming to the rescue, a plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Obeng proposed the procedure, which would cost approximately $12,500 free of charge.
According to reports, this was a grueling 4-hour procedure, to completely rid Tessica of her "foolhardy," and to give more clarity to a local media station that filmed the entire process, Tessica reported that she was being lightly anesthetized, that her reaction was visible as she came out and reached her hair immediately.
When she realized that she could run her fingers through it again, she was pretty shocked.
We asked if she was done home-styling, and let's just say she had big plans for this weekend after the Gorilla Glue nightmare.
Speaking with Tessica's media reporter, she flew from Louisiana to Los Angeles, hoping that Dr. Obeng would repeat what she would have failed to do in the past month.
Following a successful operation, Dr. Obeng told curious journalists it was all essential chemistry. He combined the adhesive remover of medical quality, aloe vera, olive oil and a dash of acetone, and that's all the ingredient that was used to break down Gorilla Glue's main polyurethane.
Ecstatic Tessica told reporters that she was willing to wear percussion for the rest of her life, but she would not need it anymore after the procedure.
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