Singer/songwriter Joy Villa made headlines last night when she showed up to the Grammy’s in a “Make America Great Again” dress. Now she faces backlash from the liberal media.
Villa is from Orange County, California, and prides herself being a mix of ethnic races: Afro American, Italian, and Choctaw Indian. She has been a Trump supporter since day one, and it seemed fitting she would wear it to this year’s Grammy’s.
Villa is known for her attention-grabbing outfits. For the 2016 Grammy Awards, Villa wore a see-through dress made out of fabric spikes. It was noted as one of the most outrageous Grammy outfits. In 2015, Villa wore another see-through dress made entirely of orange construction materials.
This year’s dress was inspired by her designer. The Gateway Pundit had an exclusive interview with designer Andre Soriano:
Andre Soriano immigrated from the Philippines to the United States when he was only 16 years old to pursue a better life and to pursue his dreams of working in the fashion industry. Andre now owns his own highly successful business named Andre Soriano based out of California.
Andre got his inspiration for the dress from the Women’s March in Washington D.C. when he heard what was his favorite singer, Madonna, talk about how she wanted to “blow up the White House.” Andre was furious by her statements and called Joy Villa and told her they were going to scrap their initial designs for the dress she was going to wear and were going to design a dress to “unite the country,” as Andre said.
The dress that Joy Villa wore was made from a Trump Flag. As a huge Trump supporter, Joy was naturally very excited about the dress.
Andre said “We only have one President and that is President Trump. It’s NOT Hillary.”
He went on to say in reference to making the Pro-Trump dress that “Just like Rosa Parks, we are going to stand up for our rights as Americans,” noting that “the dress was designed in love, it is all about love.”
Andre voted for President Trump because “I love America and I believe in America.” Even as an immigrant Andre made it very clear several times throughout our conversation that he is a huge supporter of building the wall. He says that people can come here to build a better life but they have to do it legally. Andre is also a huge supporter of the United States Constitution and believes that people that come here need to support it and not try to change it.