Pro-Trump fashion rocks the Grammys

Lewis Collier
February 11, 2019

Villa, an outspoken Trump supporter, has become known for using her Grammy looks to make pointed statements. Villa also wore a pointed headpiece, what appeared to be barbed wire around her shoulders, and a red handbag with Trump's motto "Make America Great Again" on it.

Mario Anzuoni / Reuters Joy Villa arrives at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Feb.12, 2017.

On the Grammys red carpet, Villa, who called herself a "trailblazer", told THR, "I'm here to support the wall, not the president".

Created by Desi Designs Couture, it's worth noting that the designer's Instagram announcement includes this disclaimer along with a picture of her client Villa.

Singer Joy Villa returns with the Grammys with another political statement.

"I don't care what anyone thinks". Rebel, a bixsexual, has been an avid supporter of President Trump.

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The singer, songwriter stepped onto the red carpet Sunday evening in a striking look, which included bedazzled boots, mirrored glasses and a red, white and blue jacket. "Building the wall will cut down crime, protect children from being trafficked and stop the 1 in 3 women from being sexually assaulted tying [sic] to get through illegally". I'm Latina, I'm black. "I listen to truth", she wrote in the caption.

"When Trump came in the picture, at first I hated him", said Villa, who attended high school in Santa Barbara and now splits her time between West Hollywood and NY, according to THR.

In 2018, the singer showed up to the 60th Grammy Awards in a white gown with a hand painted fetus-in-utero on the skirt while clutching a bag which said "Choose life". She and Trump want to "secure" the southern border (and not the northern border) because of who it will keep out.

"I was a secret Trumper for months", she said, before publicly displaying her support at music's biggest night with the "Make America Great Again" dress in 2017.

On the front of the jacket, the message read: "Keep America great".

"I voted for the person who wanted to heavily vet refugees".

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