This emoji is a person riding a motorized wheelchair. It is often used to represent people with disabilities or to show support for those with disabilities. Read more
This emoji is not particularly popular and is used infrequently on social media. It is most commonly used by people in the age group of 18-24. It is most commonly used on Twitter and Instagram, but is also found on other social media platforms.
This emoji is not rude and is used to show support for people with disabilities. It was first introduced in 2019 as part of the Emoji 12.0 update and is part of the Unicode Consortium's Emoji 13.0 update. It was designed to represent people with disabilities and to help promote inclusion and accessibility. It is also used to raise awareness of the challenges faced by people with disabilities and to show support for those with disabilities.