Kim Kardashian did it. Why should Amber Rose, ex-love of Kim’s husband Kanye West, be left behind? Amber just made $5210708 out for her emoji business. Her emojis are called MuvaMojis. They are available for both I Phone and Android.

MuvaMojis has around 900 icons, Kimoji which is the Kim Kardashian’s app , MuvaMojis is based on women empowernment, has a Keshaemoji free. Kesha was sexually assaulted and various celebrities spoke in her favour which also includes Amber.MuvaMoji is first on the list in iTunes app store,according to Bustle.

The 32-year-old who expresses herself sexually, has some of the very bold emojis for women. The bald beauty has gone crazy promoting herself on Twitter and Instagram. Watch the video she shared of her MuvaMojis.There also a section of MuvaMojis devoted to the LGBT community.

#MuvaMoji is Out Now! Available in the App Store and Android ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

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“I’m so excited to finally launch my own emoji app! After months and months of work it’s finally ready for the world to see,” . “I wanted to include enough content to appeal to everyone; not just my fans. The Moji team and I have come up with over 900 icons we are initially launching with and plan to update it regularly by adding more content each week,” Amber said to Entertainment Weekly.

She also made a suggestion on Kanye’s sex life, according to Daily Mail.”The post created a collective gasp on the internet as she wrote: ”Awww @kanyewest are u mad I’m not around to play in ur a*****e anymore?#FingersInTheBootyA**B***h.” Muja Moji are launched three months after the Keeping Up With The Kardashian star laucher her own collection.

There are strong speculation that both of these emojis will be compared. Muja Moji has outbeaten Kardashian’s in the beginning itself though Kardashian received $1302677.06 a minute, according to Bossip. The reports state “It was reported that there were allegedly 9,000 downloads per second at the height of download traffic, causing the App Store to crash, leaving many users disappointed.”