Outrageous People Aren't Too Happy About This Texas City Hall's Selfie Statue
The city of Sugar Land, Texas, recently installed a selfie-commemorating statue outside its city hall building, and it's stirring up some serious controversy.
The bronze statue depicts two girls huddling together to snap a photo of themselves.
It was donated to the city by a local resident along with nine other pieces of art, but it's the only one that's drawing the ire of social media users.
See some of the angry, incredulous and humorous reactions to the statue:
So apparently there's a 'selfie' statue somewhere?
— Beebarb (@BeebarbX) June 1, 2016
— CarolineHD (@Caroline_HD1) June 1, 2016
If you’re in Texas, you can worship at the feet of a statue celebrating selfies https://t.co/PkDeXOezf4
— Jo Nerinckx (@jonerinckx) June 1, 2016
.....my city erected a selfie statue in its town center.....
— taka (@cencorolling) June 1, 2016
The worst part about that selfie statue in Sugarland is that the girls are holding an android phone smh. pic.twitter.com/vKEcEAF2uF
— b (@bfromthe6) June 1, 2016
Selfie statue in Texas! Art is supposed to make you feel something and if the artist was trying to piss people off I think he/she #succeeded
— Codee Figueria (@codeeodee) June 1, 2016
Outside a city hall there is a statue of two people taking a selfie. We went from making statues of King David to... pic.twitter.com/6OwNhowmVo
— Blake Belch (@BlakeBelchNC) June 1, 2016
If sugar land is gonna have a statue of two girls taking a selfie then can I have a statue of me twerking?
— Ĺéè Dŕøñeś (@RATCHETKING2015) June 1, 2016
So there is a selfie statue in texas....
— Tchoupitoulas (@bcreative10) June 1, 2016
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