Published: Tue, February 12, 2019
Culture&Arts | By Drew Collins

2 singers wear their pro-Trump fashions on Grammy carpet

2 singers wear their pro-Trump fashions on Grammy carpet

After her red carpet appearance, Villa took to Twitter to defend her pro-Trump attire and the president.

On Sunday, Villa dressed as a barbed wire border wall. Posing in front of the cameras, Villa tore away the silver gown to reveal a second outfit underneath - a black-and-white dress with a brick design likely inspired by the cover of Pink Floyd's 1979 album "The Wall".

Villa, known more for her support of the President than for her music, wore a Make America Great Again gown at the 2017 Grammy Awards and a pro-life dress with an image of a foetus at the show in 2018.

"I was a secret Trumper for months", she says. This to me is a representation of that, in a very visual way.

This isn't the first time an artist has openly supported President Trump via fashion.

As well as wearing white pants and a high-neck shirt, the American singer-songwriter and dancer donned a pro-Trump jacket. Despite Trump claiming there's a crisis, border crossings on the southern border have been decreasing for years. However, she's primarily garnered headlines for her controversial and head-turning Grammys red carpet looks.

"I don't care what anyone thinks", she tweeted.

She continued: "Do you want more drugs brought in?"

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.

Villa's dress was made to look like a border wall with barbed wire and on the back of the dress was a sign that read "build the wall".

"I'm part-Latina, I'm black", she added, saying the dress was her way of making a statement to her progressive peers who were at the event. Though the designer ensured followers her views were not the same, she praised the design and wrote: "We are all different and we belong." on her Instagram. More children being trafficked?

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