Amber Rose Thinks You Should Sext Everyday, Preferably With MuvaMojis

MuvaMoji is Amber Rose’s own emoji app. It features over 10 different variations of eggplants so that your storytelling is as accurate as possible. Other features include a whole section devoted to the LGBT community, more than one jabs at Bill Cosby, and images of ‘taboo’ objects like tampons and blunts.

First and foremost, Amber Rose wants you to know that she was developing her brand of Emojis before Kim K launched her own. In an interview with Jezebel, Rose explains,

I’ve been working on it for six months now, I just thought it was really cool. In the midst of working on it, Kim [Kardashian] came out with hers and I was like, “Shit. I’m not going to stop working on mine now.” I’m doing this for my fans, basically…I don’t think there should be comparisons. There’s quite a few rappers who have emojis and no one compares them, they always just do it to women because they want a feud. But I wanted this to be very appropriate for my life and I put in a lot of cool emojis and everyone seems to really love it.”

Rose, who is currently in a long-distance relationship with with Toronto Raptors player Terrence Ross, proclaims the importance of having a healthy sext life with your partner.

“I believe that you should have one sexual conversation a day with your significant other. It should be some form of seduction, at least once a day. Minimum. In order to keep a healthy relationship. Especially long distance…

Do you and Terrence sext with these emojis?

Of course, he downloaded it. He better! He does text me with the emojis sometimes, for sure.”

In the interview with Lauren Nostro at Jezebel,  Rose gives the details of her plans for Slutwalk 2016. According to the website,

“This event will have a zero tolerance policy on all hateful language, racism, sexism, ableism, fat-shaming, transphobia, or any other kind of bigotry. Further, we recognize that shaming, oppression, assault and violence have disproportionately impacted marginalized groups including women of color, transgender people and sex workers, and thus we are actively working to center these groups in this event. We deeply value the voices of marginalized groups and have a strong desire to find common ground among all of our intersections.”

You can now visit the site to vote for your city to be SlutWalk’s next location.