“Kimoji” makes its big break — literally

Kim Kardashian temporarily crashed the Apple App Store on Dec. 21, 2015 with the launch of her new program

Screenshot of "Kimoji" released by Techthins

Kim Kardashian temporarily crashed the Apple App Store on Dec. 21, 2015 with the launch of her new program "Kimoji."

Chloe Krammel, Entertainment Editor

The regular breaker of the Internet, Kim Kardashian has released her own line of emojis dubbed KIMOJI. The app gives users access to over 250 exclusive emoji designs, including a Mercedes-Benz G Wagon, a waist trainer, and a black heart.

The app, which launched on Dec. 21, costs $1.99. It crashed Apple’s App Store after more than 9,000 people were downloading KIMOJI per second and Kardashian West was grossing $1 million per minute according to Yahoo Finance. She then took to Twitter and stated “Apple, I’m so sorry I broke your App Store!!!”

It seems that the Kardashians can monetize off of anything, even people’s mockery as seen with the emoji of Kim’s iconic crying face. Kim may not be an actress or a singer, but she has a talent for understanding our media-obsessed generation.