Phew! We don’t know how Ayanna Williams kept her (combined) her 24-foot long claws for about 30 years but she did. However, at the end of last week, the record-breaking duo finally parted. According to the official Ripley website.
Ripley believe it or not! And the Guinness Book of Records has joined forces to buy Claws For an undisclosed sum. Aya’s “kids,” as she calls them, will be featured on a show at Ripley’s Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Museum.
“I will always be the Queen because I am with or without my nails because my nails do not make me, I make my own,” Ayanna He said in the Guinness Book of Records video.
She made the difficult decision because she wanted to “speed up” and move into “the next chapter in her life,” Ripley said. Ripley’s escorted Ayanna to Trinity Vista Dermatology in Fort Worth, Texas over the weekend. Dr. Riedinger took the lead in cutting gorgeous nails. Guinness World Records posted an eight-minute video of the event on their YouTube page on Tuesday.
In the video, Aya expresses “mixed feelings” about saying goodbye to nails.
Ayanna, who hails from Houston, Texas, He broke the Guinness World Record in 2017 For the longest nails in the world. At the time, they were 19 feet tall and took 20 hours and over two bottles of nail polish to get a manicure.
“I get many different types of reactions from my nail transplant,” Ayanna said in the Guinness World Records video. “He’s unbelievable. Most are good. People are excited, and they don’t know what to think. They don’t even know what to say because it’s something you don’t see at Al Qaeda,” she continued, chuckling.
The cutting procedure was painless and smooth. Then, Ayanna resumed activities it hadn’t done in years – like easily texting, moving around in the car and opening doors, according to Ripley’s.
Roomies, you might remember Ayanna from a 2012 episode of TLC’s “My Strange Addiction,” where she discussed her addiction to her toenail transplant.
If you’re curious enough, you can check Timeless Claws in person starting Friday.
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