The Texas town of Sugar Land is now on the map with a statue in their town square of two women taking a selfie.
Residents of the Texas town were recently gifted two bronze statues for their Town Square Plaza, both of which show activities that regularly occur there, according to Vocative. The first is of a guy strumming his guitar. The second is of two women snapping a selfie.
Social media blew up with the news of the statue, with many residents taking to Twitter to voice their opinion.
Warning: this is not from the Onion – Texas town unveils a statue of two women snapping selfies https://t.co/Xr77Kwg1rD
— Greg Barr (@ABJBarr) June 1, 2016
We’re going to build a big, beautiful wall around Sugar Land. And we’re going to make millennials pay for that wall. https://t.co/xW7p6mQnEG
— Josh Perry (@MrJoshPerry) June 1, 2016
BREAKING: Texas voting unanimously to cast out Sugar Land as city in Texas. https://t.co/LOckAuou3q
— Brandon Morse (@TheBrandonMorse) June 1, 2016
THERE’S A SELFIE STATUE IN MY TOWN. pic.twitter.com/hEV0MLM04L
— Gemrick ¯\( ˘͡ ˘̯)/¯ (@Gemrick) May 28, 2016
What’s my hometown like? Well they just erected a statue of 2 girls taking a selfie next to city hall sooooooo… pic.twitter.com/k4J2vQRZun
— Alexis Burrmann (@alexisburrmann) May 30, 2016
The local artist of the piece says it’s part of a 10-piece collection that will “provide and/or support activities and facilities that enrich the artistic, cultural, educational, and historical character of Sugar Land.”