Joy Villa’s Grammys dress Trumps Hollywood hate
Bravery showed up at the excessively leftist Grammy Awards, dressed in a sparkling patriotic red, white and blue ‘Trump’ dress.
Bravery, in the form of (black) singer Joy Villa.
On an evening when conservatives gird ourselves for the barrage of liberal Hollywood celebrities bashing Republicans, it was a relief to see Villa proudly strut her freedom of speech down the red carpet. (Hmmm … I wonder if the award elites will consider changing all future carpets to blue.) While stars like Jennifer Lopez and the musical group Outkast bashed President Donald Trump, Villa personified the mantra that liberals have long claimed exclusively as their own: “Love trumps hate.”
“Sometimes you just gotta be free to express yourself. thank you to all of my supporters and fellow believers. Life is about living free and loving it. Be your beautiful selves tonight!” Villa posted on Instagram.
The dress was emblazoned with “Make America Great Again” on the front with the letters “TRUMP” circling the bottom of a train that puddled.
Cue the hate tweets:
“@Joy_Villa how is your platform about love but you’re supporting a racist islamophobic bigot.” “Nobody knows who Joy Villa is. She’s thirsty for attention. Hence the dress. Hope it was worth it. Ask Ivanka.”
Compare Villa’s classic and classy couture with Beyonce’s frock. The latter — worn by the attention-starved narcissist, who’s pregnant with twins — could barely contain her overflowing breasts and hair. It was a gilded costume portraying Queen B as a fertility goddess, replete with doting handmaidens.
The Hollywood Reporter and other liberal-leaning publications called Villa’s dress choice “controversial” for Tinseltown. As a Trump presidency dawns on our nation, liberals deem it “controversial” for female celebrities to exercise their First Amendment right to support Trump.
Did I mention that it was a Filipino immigrant, naturalized citizen Andre Soriano, who designed Villa’s dress?
“We all live on this planet. I’ve never been in the political arena. However, it’s just so crazy that people are getting beat up because they voted for Trump, or this and that, someone wants to bomb the White House,” Soriano said.
You can’t get more American than that, “land of the free and the home of the brave.” But of course, Villa and Soriano don’t fit the stereotype that the left has painted of Trump and his supporters: Racist, xenophobic and homophobic.
“I heard that somebody wanted to bomb the White House. And then I saw the Women’s March. … Joy Villa is all about love with her music. I’m like, ‘ Joy, We have to make a statement on what is right for our country, of what we believe in, for the Constitution,’” Soriano added.
What doesn’t show love or guts? Privileged feminists and social justice snowflakes marching around with pink ‘pussy’ hats on their heads, complaining because Hillary Clinton lost the election. They can keep marching and hating until they’re blue in the … hat, but Trump will still be president.
Incidentally, the haters’ hate helped boost sales of the 25-year old Villa’s album “I Make the Static,” which soared to the top of Amazon’s digital album purchases, and ranked seven on iTunes after her Grammys red carpet appearance. She also gained about 60,000 followers on Twitter.
Note to liberals, in the words of your failed candidate: “Love trumps hate.”