She only released her MuvaMoji app on Wednesday.
But Amber Rose’s range of personalised emojis, which allow users to channel the former stripper’s sassy personality, have reportedly already netted her $4 million.
According to TMZ, the feisty female, 32, received a large fee from the app’s developer for signing onto the project, as well as a portion of the $2 million the app made on its opening day.
Amber has denied plagiarising the reality star, claiming the app is a true reflection of her character.
MailOnline has contacted a representative for Amber for comment and is awaiting comment.
No doubt the financial success of the venture will go someway to helping pay for the star’s new $4million property in Tarzana, California.
Originally going on the market last year for $4.2m, the property’s price dropped in the New Year just in time for the model to snap it up.
The home has plenty of space for the star and her young son Sebastian, three, and is located close to pal Blac Chyna.
Back in January, Amber made waves with an explicit tweet about her sex life with ex-boyfriend Kanye West
And she made a subtle reference to that revealing post in her latest business venture.
There are several small digital images included in the pack including getting legs waxed and armpits lasered but one of the most eye-opening was a cartoon of her dressed as a nurse while putting on a rubber glove.
The emoji could be seen as a reference to a Twitter post aimed at the 38-year-old husband of Kim Kardashian as she made a revelation about their sex life.
The post created a collective gasp on the internet as she wrote: ”Awww @kanyewest are u mad I’m not around to play in ur a*****e anymore?#FingersInTheBootyA**B***h.’
The new app boasts that there are over 900 emojis curated by Amber that can’t be found anywhere else.
It seems as if fans of Amber will have quite the choice when it comes to their messaging as there are also over a dozen categories ranging from LGBT pride to adult-themed ones.
One of the emoji’s even took aim at Bill Cosby, showing the comedian holding up a sign saying ‘I did it’ in reference to the allegations that he rapped dozens of women.
No doubt the new programme will be compared to Kim Kardashian’s Kimoji, which the 35-year-old mother-of-two launched in December to much fan-fare.
Back in January, Kanye addressed Amber’s previous claims on Twitter as he wrote: ‘Exes can be mad but just know I never let them play with my a**… I don’t do that… I stay away from that area all together.’
He followed up that gem, with perhaps a little too much information about his personal life as he even mentioned wife Kim.
He wrote: ‘I’m not into that kind of s**t… I like pictures and videos. Me and my wife got the kind of love that can turn exes into best friends.’
The All Of The Lights hitmaker was responding to a rather shocking and sexually explicit post by Amber that caused a collective gasp across the internet.
Her response came after Kanye’s epic Twitter rant aimed at her ex-husband, Wiz Khalifa, which also mentioned their two-year-old son Sebastian.
Initially Kanye referred to Amber as a ‘stripper’ and implied she was a gold digger by referencing lyrics to his hit song during an exchange with Wiz.
Kanye wrote: ‘You let a stripper trap you.’
‘I know you mad every time you look at your child that this girl got you for 18 years’, Kanye tweeted referencing Wiz’s soon to be three-year-old son Sebastian with Amber.
‘You wouldn’t have a child if it wasn’t for me.’
Kanye later deleted his tweets after Amber got involved and she tweeted soon after: ‘Lol Now u wanna delete ur tweets cuz Muva has arrived?’
The feud began when Kanye announced he changed the name of his upcoming album to Waves, which Wiz took umbrage to and later tweeted something involving ‘KK,’ which appeared to set Kanye off but later admitted it was a misunderstanding as it was actually a reference to marijuana.
As Kanye took ‘KK’ to be a reference to his wife Kim, he blasted Wiz for it, as well as accusing him of stealing his style from his rap protege Kid Cudi.
Kanye dated Amber from 2008 to 2010.
Source Cowan: Daily Mail