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For the third year in a row, pro-Trump singer Joy Villa has made a statement on the red carpet at the 61st Grammy Awards by wearing a gown clearly meant to provoke the anger of those in attendance while pandering to her MAGA hat-wearing fanbase.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sunday, Villa showed up in a dress with the words “Build the wall” written on it. The ensemble designed by Desi Lee Allinger-Nelson of Desi Designs Couture was topped off with a shoulder piece that mimicked barbed wire seen on the top of security fences, and she held red handbag with the words “Make America Great Again.”

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While speaking to Fox News, the 27-year-old did her best to explain why she continues to troll the public on one of the music industry’s biggest nights.

“Seventy percent of the heroin in our nation is brought in through Mexico,” Villa said. “This is not personal against this country or the people. It’s not about race. It’s about protecting the people who are in this country.”

“I’m Latina, I’m black. I support what the president says about building the wall, so that’s what this dress represents.”

When speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Villa said wearing controversial costumes at high-profile events provide her an “opportunity to show the world who I am.”

“I approach it as a show,” she added. “I want to ‘wow’ people. My heroes on the red carpet have always been Cher, Madonna, the wild ones; the worst dressed. Or Lady Gaga with the meat dress. Who even talks about the best dressed? No one even remembers who was best-dressed last year”

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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.” And the year before that, less than a month after the painful 2017 inauguration, she wore a blue “Make America Great Again” outfit, which was designed by Filipino immigrant Andre Soriano.

Although Villa has been nothing if not consistent in her support of the president and his policies, some were surprised to see her still wearing outfits in his honor considering in December of of 2017 she accused Trump’s former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski of sexual misconduct.

READ MORE: Black Trump supporter accuses her former campaign manager of sexual misconduct

Villa claims she was introduced to Lewandowski at a holiday party at the Trump International Hotel, and after the pair posed for a photo together she says Lewandowski slapped her on the butt.


“I’m wearing this silver suit and stretchy pants, and after the photo, he smacks my a** really hard,” Villa told Politico. “It was completely demeaning and shocking.”



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