TikToker Avani Reyes, a 20-year-old, has gone viral after claiming to have ‘accidentally’ copied the famous gorilla Glory girl from Tikotok. She viral on Internet with Gorilla Glue Copycat Avani Reyes. Here is the full update.
Tessica Brown, a mother from Louisiana, took over her Tiktok handle last week when she used Gorilla Glue Spray on her hair and scalp, a strong adhesive who intended to be used on materials such as wood, metal, or glass, as an alternative to hairspray.
The result that her hair got stuck for over a month and after applying many products on her hair, she was not able to get out from the gorilla glue problem.
A 22-hour hospital trip and a threatened lawsuit against the company before finally removed the glue from her head. through surgery.
WHO IS AVANI REYES?
Avani Reyes is a TikTok creator with more than 481,000 followers on her profile @avanireyes.
As per her bio, she is a transgender and says: “I do make-up sometimes, I can’t dance”. Her videos often revolve around beauty and fashion and have been viewed more than a million times.
The 20-year-old is also on Instagram in Massachusetts, USA and goes by the name @uhvanee.
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Gorilla Glue Copycat Avani Reyes
Avani is now made in headlines with the name of ‘Gorilla Glue Copycat’. After being taken to TikTok this week she revealed that she had gorilla glue stuck in her hair like Tessica Brown did.
Now the video has crossed 3.1 million views video, she tried to comb her solid, pink hair and said: “Guys won’t comb my hair.”
Also, she released the second video, she revealed that she was going to the hospital.
“Right now I’m not on the way to the hospital, my scalp is burning. I need to go to the hospital so they can take out this gorilla glue. I don’t know what to do. I tried to wash it, it didn’t stop.
She then constantly post another video related to Gorilla Glue in his hair. In one, she appeared for a panic attack, in another, she documented her journey to the hospital.
The hair specialist suggest to her and told him that she should apply olive oil, tea tree oil or coconut oil on his hair to try to remove gorilla glue. So, in the next video, she went on to do just that.
In the next update video, she said, it did not come out. I used coconut oil for half an hour and then I just washed my hair and I still have gorilla glue in my head. I think I have to go bald, ”
Then, Avani informs the audience that she had started a GoFundMe page and raised enough money to undergo surgery to remove Gorilla Glue.
DID AVANI REYES DO IT FOR FAME?
The Tiktok users were concerned when the original Gorilla Glue Girl Tessica Brown accidentally applied adhesive to her hair, but Avani is definitely not getting the same sympathy from peoples.
Social media users are sure and revealed that she did this only to get attention, knowing that if she applies gorilla glue to her hair it will go viral. However, Avani did not actually confirm or deny whether the incident was accidental or done on purpose.
One of the people wrote on Twitter, “I’ll give it to Tessica, I’m sure she doesn’t really know about Gorilla Glue that it’s strong, but it’s one in the case of 8 billion. I think 5 minutes of fame is important to just a few people. ”
“Why are you doing this, knowing what goes through the other chick go through when she applied on her hair?” What is the science behind your thought process? ” Said another.
not a latinx trans femme tiktoker appropriating and gentrifying gorilla glue Miss avani reyes baby shenanigans is for Blacks only this Black History Month month the gworls are unhinged
— M Lovell (@softestangel) February 17, 2021
why have people even given money to Avani Reyes? For gorilla glue 2
— ken the adult albino who does improvised hip-hop (@e1denek) February 17, 2021