Tessica Brown is headed back to Hollywood for another hair treatment and has plans to sit down with her A-list celebrity management team to hash out how she’ll turn her 15-minutes of fame into lasting, reality stardom.
Meanwhile, the viral TikToker, who rose to internet stardom for cementing her hair in place with Gorilla Glue for over a month, has reportedly raked in a fortune selling her new merch line but she claimed Wednesday she’s yet to see any of the dough.
“I read that too,” Brown told The Post in a Zoom interview, referring to a TMZ report that said she’s made a “small fortune” from the clothing line, which depicts her face and phrases like “Bonded for Life.”
“But when I went in my bank account, you know, nah it was still the same stuff… we’re still making the same, we’re still looking the same way,” the mom of five joked.
She said maybe she’ll find out about any profits she’s made when she meets with her team next week in Los Angeles but until then, she’s yet to see the windfall others claim she’s made.
The Louisiana native, who lives outside of New Orleans, has partnered with entertainment company Gitoni, which represents celebrities like Blac Chyna, Lamar Odom and Tommy Lee. They provide product placement, marketing, celebrity management and casting for scripted and reality television, according to their website.
Brown was coy about what her team is planning for her, but she did say she’d be game for a reality TV show centering around the dance group she runs, Dazzling Divaz, and her daycare, Tessica’s Little Angels.
“That would be cute if I could do a show… that would be everything, yea that would be everything, that would be so cute,” Brown said.
“Really and truly I mean my dance team and the daycare they come first, they come first and anything that come after that I guess we’ll just have to see,” she continued, saying she loves what she does and “getting paid is just a bonus.”
But before Brown can launch her second career as a reality star, she needs to make sure one thing is settled first — her hair.
“I can’t just do that with my hair like this you know what I’m saying so we have to wait until my scalp is all the way healed,” Brown said.
“Let me get this hair right first and then we can get to them.”