‘Gorilla Glue girl’ Tessica Brown now has a full-time agent

Looks like she wants to stick around for a while.
The Louisiana woman who went viral after getting Gorilla Glue globbed in her hair has taken a big step toward making her 15 minutes of fame last as long as a scalp full of adhesive — and has hired a full-blown celebrity management team, including an agent.
Tessica Brown, 40, has teamed up with the professional fame experts in addition to recently unveiling her merchandise line, days after returning home from her hair-saving surgery in Beverly Hills.
The mother of five has partnered with Gitoni, who represents celebrities like Blac Chyna, Lamar Odom and Tommy Lee and provides product placement, marketing, celebrity management and casting for scripted and reality television.
Brown has also teamed up with BMB talent agency, which specializes in branding, social media marketing and endorsements, according to her Instagram page.
She was photographed over the weekend wearing a sweatshirt from her new clothing line — featuring a cartoon image of herself.
The line includes $28 T-shirts, $50 sweatshirts and $45 sweatpants.
Brown launched the line with posts on social media, saying, “Feeling blessed” — and is already making a “small fortune,” according to TMZ.
Brown went viral on TikTok when she revealed how her hair was stuck together solid for a month after she used the extra-strong glue because she ran out of her usual hair product, Got2b Glued.
Her plight gained traction online as she tried a variety of tactics to unlock her locks as a growing number of supporters shared possible solutions and expressed their concern.
The super-strong adhesive is only for use on products like stone, foam, metal, ceramic, glass and other materials.

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