Texans are losing their collective minds over town’s “Selfie” statue Twitter

Sugar Land, Texas captured national headlines and public outcry after it self-approved a bronze “selfie” statue featuring two crouching girls holding a smart phone.

Texas residents were not happy with the decision, to say the least, and made sure everyone knew it online.

Local artist, Samuel Levin,  donated the statue as a part of a 10-piece collection according to the city’s website.

The plan received approval from the Sugar Land City Council in August 2013, and again in September 2014, according to the site.

Jacob Gedetsis wants to live in a world where coffee is free, where he has more real friends than Facebook friends and where Cleveland sports teams win every game. A Cleveland native, he is currently a rising junior studying English and journalism at Syracuse University. In Washington D.C., he is ...Read more
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