Is it safe to say we’re ‘stuck’ with Gorilla Glue Girl at this point? Its been well over a month now since her viral hair fiasco made her the meme of the year, and somehow she’s still finding herself in headlines weeks after getting the glue removed. Thanks in large part to the management team she acquired shortly after becoming an internet sensation.
They’ve made it no secret that they want to keep Gorilla Glue Girl Tessica Brown at the forefront of the conversation, evident in how well documented her journey was by TMZ.
Unfortunately not all news is good news, and today her team took to the internet to give ‘fans’ a concerning update on Brown and what life’s been like since she initially came out to Los Angeles earlier this month to get the glue removed via an experimental procedure from Michael K Obeng.
As we reported last week, Brown has made a small fortune in merch sales, so much so that she no longer needed the money raised in a GoFundMe created in her name and instead decided to donate it to Dr. Obeng’s foundation, Restore, which focuses on reconstructive surgeries.
With her new found funds, Brown decided to do some reconstructive surgery of her own, opting to get a “Mommy Makeover”, which consist of which includes a breast augmentation and abdominal liposuction.
She decided to go with Dr. Obeng since the two obviously have had success already. She’s even been helping him do surgery giveaways via her Instagram.
Well it looks like Obeng might have just come to her rescue a second time, this time possibly even saving her life.
According to her manager Gina Rodriguez, while getting a consultation from Dr. Obeng, 2 lumps were discovered in both of Brown’s breasts. The Dr. immediately had Brown get a mammogram which confirmed the masses. They have since been removed luckily, and doctors are doing tests on them to see if they are in fact cancerous.
Brown is in good spirits, believing that her glue incident might have possibly saved her life, because she may have not noticed these masses otherwise. Of course her team will keep us posted in the coming weeks on her health.