Posted by , Dec 28, 2015 at 08:07pm
Fetty Wap continues to infiltrate all aspects of popular culture.

It's a bit of an effort to type out "Hey, what's up? hello," but the catchphrase now comes in a singular emoji, along with about 60 others inspired by Paterson rapper Fetty Wap, now available in the App Store in all of their one-eyed glory. The official Fetty Wap emoji pack contains plenty of emojis depicting Fetty himself, and there are a few showing him and his "trap queen," just in case you want to plan an evening of pie-cooking with bae. 

Just in time for the holidays. Get my official emoji pack exclusively on Moji Keyboard on iOS. Go to www.fettywapemoji.com to download

A photo posted by 🔥RemyBoyz🔥“1738”💯 (@fettywap1738) on

Fetty's emoji pack is available through the Moji Keyboard for iPhone. Honestly, the "100" emoji is becoming passé at this point, and a nice "1738" is a more suitable way of expressing one's enthusiasm. 

Though Fetty's emoji package likely won't be nearly as successful as that of Kim Kardashian -- which, at one point, was reportedly earning about $1 million per minute, it will definitely add some nice change to his constantly accumulating bankroll. 

Fetty Wap Launches His Own Emoji Pack

Fetty Wap continues to infiltrate all aspects of popular culture.


It's a bit of an effort to type out "Hey, what's up? hello," but the catchphrase now comes in a singular emoji, along with about 60 others inspired by Paterson rapper Fetty Wap, now available in the App Store in all of their one-eyed glory. The official Fetty Wap emoji pack contains plenty of emojis depicting Fetty himself, and there are a few showing him and his "trap queen," just in case you want to plan an evening of pie-cooking with bae. 

Just in time for the holidays. Get my official emoji pack exclusively on Moji Keyboard on iOS. Go to www.fettywapemoji.com to download

A photo posted by 🔥RemyBoyz🔥“1738”💯 (@fettywap1738) on

Fetty's emoji pack is available through the Moji Keyboard for iPhone. Honestly, the "100" emoji is becoming passé at this point, and a nice "1738" is a more suitable way of expressing one's enthusiasm. 

Though Fetty's emoji package likely won't be nearly as successful as that of Kim Kardashian -- which, at one point, was reportedly earning about $1 million per minute, it will definitely add some nice change to his constantly accumulating bankroll. 

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