Phyno’s popularity is trending or has already trended beyond his imagination as he’s joined the list of notable Nigerians whose statues are erected to honour them. The reason isn’t far-fetched – Phyno is going to be happy seeing his works does the talking for him.
Indigenous rapper, Phyno whose real name is Chibuzor Nelson Azubuike has endeared many to his music and brand most notably those from the south-eastern part of Nigeria.
Originally from Enugu State, the rapper who triples as a songwriter and a record-producer is unarguably one of Nigeria’s biggest talent when it comes to the music industry.
The rapper who is renowned for rapping in his native Igbo language recently shared a ‘funny looking’ statue of himself which was erected in Eleme, Port-Harcourt, Rivers State.
The rapper who is apparently elated at the show of love from his fans in Port Harcourt took to his Instagram page to share the photo of the statue and wrote;
Akpuola d boy Na eleme junction PH 🕴🌹😆
The statue attempts to depict Phyno in the midst of a performance. The rapper is seen dressed in a black ensemble, with an inner shirt that has an image of him in front. His top-heavy Mohawk is also represented, along with a gold necklace.
The statue was made by an unknown artist and is placed at Eleme, an area to the east of Port Harcourt in Rivers State.