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Internet Personality “Not Karlton Banks” Releases Emoji’s Available on Apple iOS

Celebrity emoji packs seem to be popping up everywhere you turn, but Eboticon has crowned the newest reigning king. In a matter of hours, the Not Karlton Banks Emoji Pack by Eboticon has surpassed Ellen DeGeneres, Kim Kardashian, and even Facebook on the Overall App Store chart – peaking at number 2.
Behind the great works of Eboticon’s Not Karlton Banks Emoji PackKarlton Humes and manager JeeMell Green who are titled the “Creative Content Directors’ behind the hype. Largely pulling from his strong social media presence and viral comedic social videos on Instagram, Humes a 23 year-old Graduate from the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, is the soul purpose behind the break threw emoji line. Throughout his countless videos on whats funny in church, he has been catching the eyes of musician’s such as SWV’s CokoKierra Sheared, and Tye Tribbett. Also Reality Stars Porsha Williams and executive producer Shaunie O’Neal, who are all fans that love to repost and share his comical videos. Along side Humes is JeeMell Green, the owner and founder of The Headliner Agency where he is a branding manager. His company has serviced recording artist such as gospel musicians Kierra SheardMelonie Daniels-Walker and Sheri Jones-Moffett and a list of others. Experiencing new genres with Karlton Humes, Green is adding more than just music to his roster with his first non-musician client. Green now labeled the first to solidify an emoji line involving christian comedy with a client in christian entertainment is groundbreaking and is now viral.

The combination of the Christian comedic outlook and popular catch phrase of black culture have the social media platform known as black texting. The new edition being Kartlon Humes and JeeMell Green which are two strong African-American men who have already contributed greatly to the now growing black texting movement, by teaming up with Eboticon. Which is also another platform in which the texting movement is displayed upon. The combination of these two forces look to expand, grow and modify the way people of color communicate.

Eboticon originally released in July 2014 to offer animated emojis inspired by popular catch phrases of Black culture. The overwhelming response included social media posts from celebrities and influencers including Gospel music innovator, Tye Tribbett and multi-media superstar, Tamar Braxton. A year ago from today, the company took home AMMO’s Best in Social Media Award for tech startups in Atlanta and they continue to break barriers with Tracey Pickett at the helm. A graduate of Spelman College and the University of Georgia School of Law, she now joins the elite circle of African-American women who own successful tech companies.

With 506k followers and counting, Karlton Humes keeps viewers laughing with a host of characters based on church members of his childhood. From the middle finger-flipping Lee Lee to Pastor and First Lady B, his impersonations, complete with a collection of 90’s style hair pieces, caught the attention of Eboticon and produced a partnership with Karlton’s management company, The Headliner Agency that is best described as a match made in heaven. The proof is in iPhone’s App Store as the Not Karlton Banks Emoji Pack currently sits at number one on their Paid Social Networking chart.
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