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Joy Villa made her annual MAGA statement on the 2019 Grammys red carpet, and this time the “Make America Great Again” singer had some company: Ricky Rebel.
Villa, 27, dressed as a barbed wire border wall on her way into the Grammys with a silver dress and crown with a red Make America Great Again purse.
Once inside, she ditched the shell and showed off a low-cut gown emblazoned with bricks and a back that read, “BUILD THE WALL.”
Villa told Fox News of her ensemble, “Well to no surprise, I’m still a Trump supporter and supporting the president and what he’s doing. This is my Make America Great Again purse and dress is by Desi Designs Couture, and it represents the wall.”
She added, “One in three women who are trying to come to this country illegally are sexually assaulted. Thousands of children are sexually exploited by coyotes bringing them across the border. Seventy percent of the heroin in our nation is brought in through Mexico. 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.”
I don’t care what anyone thinks. I 100% support the wall & our President @realDonaldTrump. Do you want more drugs brought in? (70% of heroin from Mexico) More illegal women getting sexually assaulted (1 in 3)? More children being trafficked? (Thousands a year) because I DO NOT! pic.twitter.com/ErdOJhD5IN
— Joy Villa (@Joy_Villa) February 11, 2019
Last year, Villa sported a pro-life message on the Grammys red carpet. In 2017, she wore a “Make America Great Again” gown to music’s biggest night.
The Scientologist singer previously mulled over running for Congress.
She told to Fox News of potential backlash to her MAGA style, “Ignore it, keep preaching what I believe in and say ‘Hey listen, there’s a place for all beliefs.’ There should be space. Our first amendment right is free speech, so we should all be able to weigh in and think about what the president does. It shouldn’t just be one sided, ‘oh #resist!’ what about #MAGA?What about all the other people? Brown, black, Latina, Mexican, Indonesian. There’s tons Trump supporters out there all of differnet colors. I know, I am one [and] I hang out with them.”
She added of the border wall, “Obama wanted to build a wall. Clinton wanted to build a wall. It’s nothing new. But I believe he’s the one that’s going to ge it done.”