Kylie Jenner, Chymoji


Blac Chyna just released a whole new set of super scandalous emojis, which she has appropriately named "ChyMojis."

The app is definitely raunchier than most, coming complete with emojis of Chyna twerking on a Rob Kardashian, shaking her booty in a handstand, bouncing her boobs up and down, holding a wad of cash and so on and so forth.

Despite all of the racy emojis, however, there's just one that really has everyone talking: Chyna slapping a girl that bears a striking resemblance (as much as an emoji can, anyway) to Kylie Jenner.

The emoji presents a girl with dark hair, good eyebrows and  a big, purple pout getting slapped across the face. Everyone on the Internet immediately started speculating that the girl is supposed to be an animated version Kylie—you know, because the lips and everything. (Of course, it could be anyone).

In fact, considering the pair made up and even posted a Snapchat selfie together last month, others are guessing the emoji just represents a random brunette. After all, why would Chyna stir up the drama again, especially now that she's carrying Rob's child?

I'm super excited to announce my Emoji app ??@chymojii ? #chymojii

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Meanwhile, Chyna posted a video that shows more fun you can have with the app. From acrylic embellished middle fingers to upside down twerking to a bare butt with a hand print across it, the new set of emojis will surely fulfill all of your desires.

It also includes several animated versions of her an Rob with their soon-to-be child. From a pregnant version of the model wearing a blue dress (does this mean they're expecting a boy?) to the couple walking together with a stroller, Chyna proves she's quite excited about the pregnancy.

The pair announced the big news last Friday, using the emoji app of an animated version of Chyna sprouting a baby bump to do so.

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