Looks like she’s sticking around in the public eye for a little longer.
The Louisiana woman who infamously used Gorilla Glue on her hair after running out of hairspray is now releasing a rap song.
Tessica Brown, 40, is set to drop the track — aptly titled “Ma Hair” — on Friday after hitting a Hollywood recording studio last month.
The mom of five reportedly wrote the rap lyrics herself before working with independent music producer Phil Valley to create the track.
According to TMZ, Brown and Valley were hoping to have Nicki Minaj featured on the song — but the 10-time Grammy nominee didn’t return their calls.
The single features snippets of audio from a TikTok video that Brown recorded back in February, which detailed her Gorilla Glue gaffe.
In that clip, Brown explained that she used Gorilla Glue spray adhesive on her locks after running out of regular hairspray.
“My hair doesn’t move! I’ve washed my hair 15 times and it don’t move! It’s been like this for a month now!” she stated.
Brown later told The Post that she was traumatized by the hairdo horror.
“Listen, it did not come out, the water was dripping off of it like it was the shower curtain. It was bad business,” Brown recalled. “I was scared to even call my momma, I didn’t call my momma for, like, a week.”
However, Brown’s video — which was viewed more than 50 million times — thrust her into the spotlight, with millions curious as to how she would resolve the sticky situation.
The mom underwent a four-hour surgery performed by Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Michael Obeng, who removed the Gorilla Glue from the scalp after finding out how to break down the compound that makes the product stick.
The surgery cost $12,500, but Obeng performed the procedure for free.
After the hair-saving surgery, Brown set her sights on Hollywood, securing a full-time agent.
She partnered with Gitoni, an agency that represents celebrities like Blac Chyna, Lamar Odom, and Tommy Lee and provides product placement, marketing, celebrity management and casting for scripted and reality television.
In June, savvy Brown launched her own “Forever Hair” hair care line. Products from the range include a $14 “Forever Hold” — a gel designed to keep hair held firm without the sticky side effects that made her famous.
Now, the mom is hoping her music career will keep her in the headlines a little longer.
She updated her TikTok bio to promote her upcoming single, writing: “‘MA HAIR’drops 11/19@ midnight on all 🎶 platforms.”
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