Amber Rose Tells Us Why Her New Virtual Character Is Unlike Anything Out There (Including the Kardashian Apps)

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MUVA is turning 3D.

Amber Rose is giving us Rosebuds the opportunity to channel her confident, outspoken slay by taking a stab at the tech world. Introducing: the Amber Rose character on the Zoobe app.

It’s going to be bomb, y’all.

Through the app, you can customize a 3D MUVA to send messages through your own alter ego. “If you’re a fan of mine,” Miss Rose tells us, “you’re absolutely going to adore it.”

How does it work?

“You can say and record whatever you want, and it literally comes out of my mouth,” she explains.

And yes, it’s a departure from virtually shopping with Kendall and Kylie and picking out clothes with an animated Kim, whose app characters are flat.

“It’s 3D and it looks so real. When I first saw it, I was like, this is some serious, super dope s–t. It doesn’t look like a cartoon, it looks like me.” Check it out:

Zoobe
Zoobe

Dipping her feet into the virtual world has quickly become a dive for the star. “[Zoobe and I] went through the creative process every single day. More approvals, changing things, going through the creative. I am super hands-on,” she said. “It wasn’t challenging at all, I like to try new things, I kinda get bored easily, it was cool to tap into a whole different world.”

GO girl!!

She’s unstoppable, with another tech project up her sleeve and plans to take on Comic-Con this year. Oh, and the app character will most def have upgrades.

MUVA will reveal her big tech debut at SXSW on March 13. The free app is available on iTunes and Google Play.

Play on, Rosies.

Get more life by watching Amber tell off her slut-shamers below.

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