Amber Rose’s Emoji Line Directly Calls Out Bill Cosby

Another one of the characters on Rose’s MuvaMojis app highlights the model’s support of Kesha in her legal battle against Dr. Luke

Amber Rose just launched her own emoji line called MuvaMoji, and it’s already courting controversy.

Among the booty-popping, pole-dancing and otherwise R-rated emojis is one of Bill Cosby, holding up a police sign that says, “I did it” while wearing a patterned sweater.

The graphic is a clear indication that Rose stands behind the dozens of women that have accused Cosby of rape or sexual assault, many of whom claim that he drugged them beforehand. The comedian has denied the allegations, and in some cases has filed suit against his accusers.

Rose has gotten a lot of heat on her Instagram about the Cosby emoji, many writing, “wtf is wrong with her?” and “this is just rude.”

Another emoji in her collection spells out “Free Kesha” in gold letters, showing the model’s support in the singer’s legal battle against music producer Dr. Luke.

Both emojis highlight Rose’s belief in feminism, equal rights and women’s rights. She is organizing her second SlutWalk later this year, a march against sexual injustice, victim blaming and gender inequality.

In January, Rose wrote an essay for TIME about sexuality and its double standards.

She even rushed to the defense of Kim Kardashian‘s nude selfie, telling Nightline that she thought the reality star “looked beautiful.”

See the emoji’s below.

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