Have you heard about the woman who put Gorilla Glue in her hair when she ran out of hair spray? If you found that story funny or amusing in any way, the Washington Post says you are racist, and are to blame. This. Is. Not. A. Joke.
The Washington Post backs up their outrageous claims of racism with the fact that the woman who tried the Gorilla Glue hairdo, Tessica Brown, was black, so naturally the cause is systemic racism.
As conservative podcast host Ben Shapiro notes in the video below, Brown is “a perfect example of discrimination on the basis of hair because she used Gorilla Glue in her hair. Again, can’t we just say that some people are idiots and do stupid things? Is that possible?”
No, somehow white people are to blame for this. White supremacy must be the source of the problem. Better form a committee and start a protest. Maybe even impeach someone.
But Ms. Brown shouldn’t be too upset. She did become a viral video star and was offered a free cosmetic procedure by a top Beverly Hills plastic surgeon. There may be better ways to become famous in America in 2021, but not much that can spread your image faster than the allegedly-racist act of adding Gorilla Glue to your hair.