Oops; I hadn't considered that possibility.I'm assuming you grow outside?
.(more info would be nice)
Maybe it's possible to transplant it directly into the ground?If you are outside,You need to try and keep that pot (can?) cooler-paint it white,or cover it with white towels or something,and cover the soil also-
If the temp is 100,the pot and the soil in it can easily get hot enough to cook and kill the roots.
In the ground,this isn't a problem,for obvious reasons.
Let the plant remove any nutrients it wants from the curling or Browning leaves. If you cut them off the plant might start pulling nutrients from other leaves and then you'll cut those off and so on and so on and then you're screwed. When the plant is done with them they will die and fall off okay.Yes it's solely outside IL going to put it in a bigger pot. Should I trim the leaves off that are curling up and browning