Kim Kardashian’s Naked Butt & Boobs Are Now Emojis

Kim Kardashian’s world famous butt is now available to send to your friends as an emoji.

Kardashian took to Instagram on December 21 to announce her brand new emoji app by posting a snapshot of all the brand new images available for smartphone users, all inspired by the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star and her voluptuous assets.

Captioning the emoji catalog “Kimoji,” in addition to her bum (which is framed by a black thong), the selection of images includes a censored take on Kim’s bare breasts, a side view of Kardashian cradling her baby bump, and even a cartoon version of Kim upside down on a pole. Also included in the selection? A speech bubble featuring the word “basic,” and even an emoji version of the now famous waist trainer all the Kardashian girls have been showing off lately on social media.

But that’s certainly not all. The Kimoji app also gives fans an emoji in the style of Kim’s infamous awkward crying face, an unimpressed middle finger, and even a cartoon version of Kardashian rocking her much copied, un-blended contour makeup.

Kim first announced her newest tech venture on the photo sharing site earlier in the day, telling her more than 55 million Instagram followers on December 20 that “KIMOJI’S APP LAUNCHES TOMORROW!!! [sic].”

Kardashian first announced her plans to expand her multi-million dollar empire into the emoji world in an interview with Rolling Stone back in July, where she admitted that she “wanted to do something really fun” by creating “different emojis that you don’t see on your phone.”

However, those hoping to see any of Kim’s family and Keeping Up With The Kardashian’s co-stars popping up as 2D characters in the new app will likely find themselves being just a little disappointed. Though it’s not currently known how many emojis will be made available through Kardashian’s newest project, Kim did tell Rolling Stone earlier this year that her mom, Kris Jenner, and her sisters, Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, and Kendall Jenner, are all banned from entering her expanding emoji world.

“I don’t want any family members in it,” Kardashian told the site of the app in the summer, joking that “they’ll all want a piece” if she allowed one to have their likeness turned into a cartoon for the app.

Kim Kardashian’s latest emoji venture is just one of many apps available for smartphones featuring Kim’s name. In addition to the Kim Kardashian West Official App, which launched at the start of this month and offers up beauty and lifestyle tips direct from the reality star, Kardashian also has her own mobile game, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, which nets her some pretty serious cash.

According to AdWeek, who named Kim Kardashian: Hollywood the Hottest Mobile Game of 2015, the app is estimated to have brought in $200 million this year alone, which means Kim took home a whopping $85 million from the app deal.

Kardashian even teased to AdWeek during an interview back in March that she’s looking to expand her presence in the app world even further in the coming months, telling the site that she “[loves] coming up with different app ideas” and has plans for “a few more that are coming out” soon.

“Once you get started and you have this creative bug of ideas that you want to get out, I feel like I’ve partnered with the right team, and now I have the creative outlet to make that happen,” Kardashian said. “I’m happy that people are into it and perceiving it well. I just want to create more apps.”

Will you be downloading Kim Kardashian’s new Kimoji app? Which is your favorite emoji from Kim’s collection?