Cowgirl Bathtime with Rosa Acosta PS3 Theme by Konsole Kingz



– She’s back! At the request of her legion of loyal fans, Konsole Kingz (KKZ) raided their archive collection of never before seen photos of model and media personality Rosa Acosta and her famous assets splashing around in the great outdoors. In a continuation of their successful 2010 Wild West-themed collaboration, the Dominican stunner proves that bath time isn’t just for kids; it’s surefire entertainment. Available in the PlayStation®Store on Tuesday, July 24th, the exclusive campaign dubbed Cowgirl Bathtime will allow fans to experience the sexy Acosta in new, exciting and unexpected ways. The theme features 14 auto-rotating images of the model wearing nothing more than a cowgirl hat and boots in a tub full of soapy water. There are also custom icons and sounds to personalize your PlayStation®3 making this theme uniquely yours.

Known for merging Hip-Hop, technology and the gamer lifestyle, KKZ is also becoming legendary for incorporating beautiful women in ingenious ways. Acosta, a classically trained ballet dancer, has appeared in countless music videos, was named XXL’s 2009 Eye Candy of the Year, has been ranked as one of King Magazine’s Top 100 Models and is the highest-rated model in the PlayStation®Store. “It’s been great teaming up with Konsole Kingz again and giving the fans what they’ve been wanting. I definitely look forward to doing more themes in the near future,” says the voluptuous beauty.

“This is probably the most sensual theme we’ve done to date,” explains CJ Peters, KKZ CEO. “After thousands of requests, we are happy to bring Rosa back. She holds a special place in our brand history being that we both made our debut in the PlayStation®3 market in 2010. And we’re going to continue to push the envelope to bring our customers quality products they ask for and will enjoy.”

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