Joy Villa once again found a way to make a political statement on the 2019 Grammysred carpet.
For the third year in a row, the singer, 27, communicated her support for right-wing causes via her ensemble. This time, Villa arrived in a dress inspired by President Trump’s border wall: a white gown featuring an all-over brick pattern and the words “BUILD THAT WALL” written in red across the rear.
She accessorized her gown with a spiked tiara, barbed wire shoulder pieces and a red clutch emblazoned with “Make America Great Again,” Trump’s campaign slogan.
Last year, the musician used her outfit to promote the pro-life movement, wearing a white gown painted with the silhouette of a fetus and a purse that read “choose life.”
And in 2016, Villa made a name for herself by stepping out in a blue mermaid-style gown that read “Make America Great Again” on the front and “TRUMP”across on the hemline in blinged-out letters.
This year, Villa kept things equally political on the red carpet and explained why she wore the controversial dress.
“I’m part Latina. I’m black, and I believe in what the president’s saying,” the singer told The Los Angeles Times on Sunday.
People on Twitter had a lot to say about Villa’s antics: