Amber Rose Just Called out Bill Cosby in the Most Creative Way

March 31st 2016

Taylor Bell

Model and activist Amber Rose just took a stand for sexual assault survivors by calling out comedian and alleged sex offender Bill Cosby with the release of her own emoji app. But that's not all she's doing.


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Following in the footsteps of television personality Kim Kardashian, Rose created a series of emojis called MuvaMoji. But unlike Kardashian's Kimojis, Rose is using her new platform to take a jab at Cosby's alleged sexual assault history, TheWrap reports.

In recent months more than 50 women have accused the legendary comedian of sexual assault, claiming that he drugged and raped them. Although not all cases proceeded in court, many have maintained that the comedian is guilty, including Rose.

In a post on Instagram she unveiled an emoji resembling Cosby holding up a prison placard saying, "I did it."


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Not only that, but Rose posted another emoji in support of musical artist Kesha. As ATTN: previously reported, the singer has been forced to honor her recording contract with Sony producer Dr. Luke, who she says sexually assaulted her for years. After the courts denied her out of contract, the public rallied around her with the hashtag #FreeKesha.


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But Rose's MuvaMojis are not just about sexual assault. There's an LGBT equality flag emoji, an emoji of Rose twerking it on a stripper pole, an emoji of Rose taking a selfie, and an emoji of Rose popping out of a cake among other things.


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An as activist Rose has called attention to discrimination and injustice everywhere. As a former stripper she faced multiple sexist criticism about her sexual activity. As a result, Rose hopes to call attention to society's double standards about women and its sexist views about women's sexuality through her annual SlutWalk in Los Angeles.