The last two years have felt like at least 10 years, but if we can all force our memories to walk the great stretch back to February of 2021, we might remember a young woman named Tessica Brown.
Brown went viral when she accidentally used Gorilla Glue in her hair, which had a similar name to the hair product she used regularly, causing her hair to basically turn into a helmet and cling, parasite-like, to her scalp.
Eventually, Brown had to go to the emergency room to get the super-adhesive out of her hair. It caused hair loss, scalp damage, and several other major issues removing the glue from her hair.
However, Brown has always had a good sense of humor about the ordeal: creating merchandise as soon as May to promote herself for going viral.
And now she has something even better: a rap.
"My hair? It don't move, it don't move," say the lyrics.
In between the chorus of Brown's hair not moving, Brown recalls the ordeal she went through in trying to get the glue out of her hair.
The song is making the viral circuit around the internet.
Best rap song of the year:
-Ma hair : Tessica Brown#GRAMMYs pic.twitter.com/HwewKpuc4O
— Youssef Durkan (@Youssefdurkan) November 23, 2021
Tessica Brown was low key a start waiting to blow up https://t.co/WaRjzzOhsg
— BJ Thompson (@bj116) November 19, 2021
tessica brown has entered the chat: pic.twitter.com/CfrifKU6cs
— andrewhayes (@andrewhaye_s) November 22, 2021
TMZ reported Brown even tried to get Nicki Minaj on board, but Minaj's representatives were not responsive to her inquiry.
Brown has plans to release a line of hair care products in the future so people can avoid her mistakes.