African-American Singer Joy Villa, Wore Dress In Support Of Donald Trump In The Grammy | Society

The American singer, Joy Villa, posed on the Grammy red carpet, a dress in which she expresses her support for the President of the United States, Donald Trump, in the midst of the impeachment process he is going through.

Villa wore a coat that alluded to the country's flag with blue shoulders and stars, and under it, he wore a red dress in which Trump 2020 could be read, while on the back he said "accused and re-elected."

On her Twitter account, the singer commented that Trump will be "the first to be accused and re-elected."


Our president @realDonaldTrump will be the first ever to be impeached and re-elected!
Fabulous couture Miss America gown by @Desidesigns # Trump2020 #joytribe #GRAMMYs

– Joy Villa (@Joy_Villa) January 26, 2020

This is not the first time that the artist uses her costumes to demonstrate in favor of the president, since in the same awards of 2017, she wore a blue dress with the slogan of the Trump campaign "Make America Great Again", Let's make America big again.

On the red carpet of 2018, she wore a white dress with a painting that simulated a fetus at the bottom, and a bag that said "choose life".

For the 2019 version of the Grammy, he did it again, with one that supported the construction of the wall that Trump wanted to lift to separate the fountain from the United States and Mexico. In this one they read "build the wall", with a design that referred to the album "The Wall" by Pink Floyd.



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