This emoji is a solid, medium-dark gray color, and is often used to represent neutrality or balance. Read more
This emoji is not particularly popular and is not used as often as other emojis. It is most likely to be used by people of all ages, but is more commonly used by younger generations. This emoji is most commonly used on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. It is not a rude emoji, but rather is used to express neutrality or balance in a conversation.
The history of this emoji is relatively recent. It was first introduced in Unicode 11.0 in 2018, and was included in Emoji 11.0 in 2018. It is one of the few emojis that is not associated with any particular culture or country, and is instead used to represent a neutral or balanced viewpoint. This emoji is often used to express a sense of neutrality or impartiality in a conversation, or to indicate that a person is not taking sides in an argument.