'I Believe in the President': Surprising Pro-Trump Displays at the Grammys

'I Believe in the President': Surprising Pro-Trump Displays at the Grammys

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.

Joy Villa wears a message at the annual Grammy Awards.

Rebel wore a red, white and blue jacket over white trousers tucked into white boots. Ricky Rebel, a gay singer who backs LGBTQ rights and Trump, wore a blue jacket that read "Keep America Great Again" and "2020". "I'm part Latina, I'm black and I believe in what the president's saying".

Last year, Villa, who gave up a child for adoption, opted to make a pro-life statement with her gown. I voted for the person who wanted to heavily vet refugees. "I listen to truth", she wrote in the caption.

He's posted photographs of himself outside of Trump Tower, often retweets the President, and defended his support of the POTUS in a 2017 interview with Independent Review Journal.

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If you think the dress looks familiar, you're right - it would appear that the custom dress makes a nod to the cover of Pink Floyd's 1979 hit album, "The Wall."

And while she said she doesn't want to keep immigrants out, her language - which mimics President Donald Trump's - isn't fooling people. "I support what the President says about building the wall, so that's what this dress represents".

Villa now has a history of wearing conservative couture on the Grammys red carpet.

"When Trump came in the picture, at first I hated him", Villa told the outlet. That gown read "Make America Great Again" on its front and "Trump" on its train. "We are here. We're here all around the world, 50 million of us".

While we're all for celebs taking a stand for what they believe in, we have to wonder if these stars even genuinely support Trump and his policies or if they're simply trying to cause a stir in order to get their name in headlines. "It only takes one".

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