‘SNL’ host Regina King is Gorilla Glue hair victim seeking legal compensation: ‘You are not alone’

“Saturday Night Live” guest host Regina King starred in a skit taken from today’s viral headlines – as a woman who used Gorilla Glue in her hair to disastrous results.

The woman seeks legal compensation in a spoof of accident lawyer commercials.

“If this has happened to you, you are not alone,” said King’s Latrice Commode, not only a victim but half of the law firm Commode & Commode. “This is not your fault.”

“Fact: Every day as many as one people fall victim to using Gorilla Glue as a beauty product and they deserve compensation,” she said, standing next to partner Denzel Commode (Kenan Thompson), who has suffered the same hair mishap using the fast-bonding glue.

“It’s a mistake that could happen to anybody, like brushing your teeth with Preparation H,” said Latrice Commode.

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Woman who styled hair with Gorilla Glue reportedly considering lawsuit after hospital visit

She’s thinking about stickin’ it to the glue manufacturer.

Tessica Brown, the Louisiana woman who styled her hair with Gorilla Glue and later sought medical treatment for her hardened head of hair, may soon file a lawsuit against the makers of the product, according to a new report.

Brown had originally shared her story last week, in a TikTok video viewed nearly 21 million times as of Tuesday morning. In it, she admitted to using Gorilla Glue spray adhesive on her head, after running out of her preferred brand of hairspray.

Brown alleged that she

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Woman Uses Gorilla Glue to Slick Down Hair, and I Am Now in Shambles

No, dear reader, this headline is not fake news.

This story won’t be full of alternative facts (unlike someone we know who shall remain nameless). But what this story will be full of is utter disbelief, shock and awe.

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You see, on Thursday a video from TikTok user Im_D_Ollady (real name: Tessica Brown) was posted to Twitter, explaining the particularly confusing conundrum she had been experiencing for the last month. According to Newsweek, in an effort to whip her hair into an always stylish and slicked-back low braided ponytail, Brown apparently ran out of one of her staple products: Got2B Glued Blasting Freeze Spray. For all my beauty supply and hair-obsessed folks, you know that that particular product is the creme de la creme when it comes to securing flyaways and unruly edges. It’s arguably second to none.

In fact, the only comparable product that boasts a similar

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