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Joanne Prada Debuts ‘Scamoji’ App
With out much further ado from scamming rich Caucasian men, sipping the finest stolen champagne, and things of that nature, Joanne the Scammer is back on social media. This time, the viral star dropped “scamoji” for fans to purchase. The app is filled with copy + paste icons and gifs, full of her favorite catch phrases.
“Truly, honestly” can now be inserted into your everyday conversation, with the flinch of a finger. For $1.99 you can support Branden Miller’s character. Branden is a Virginia native, who lost his only adoptive parent to cancer, according to his biography. In early 2016 he began to portray “Joanne Prada” on instagram, gaining a large reception.
Not a bad come up for a young Black and Puerto Rican male, who struggled with bullying over his sexual identity through his formative years.
Check out Joanne’s promo vid fro “Scamoji’ below.
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