Joy Villa has made a political statement on this year's 2019 Grammy red carpet - once again.
Mario Anzuoni / Reuters Joy Villa arrives at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Feb.12, 2017.
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".
"Ignore it, keep preaching what I believe in and say, 'Hey listen, there's a place for all beliefs, '" she told the news outlet.More news: Trump announces summit with Kim will take place in Hanoi
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Along with photos showing the dress from both sides, Villa tweeted, "I don't care what anyone thinks".
Before sharing the backlash she's received over her controversial Grammys look, she took to Twitter on Sunday to address how she's willing to stand by her conservative politics. As noted by Entertainment Tonight, Rebel, whose real name is Ricky Godinez, also showed off the year "2020" on his suit jacket in obvious support of a 2020 presidential bid from Trump.
"I approach it as a show", she added.
"I'm part Latina, I'm black and I believe in what the president is saying".
"One in three women who are trying to come to this country illegally are sexually assaulted", Villa explained.
Last year, Villa attended the Grammys, wearing a gown that featured a painted fetus and carrying a "Choose Life" purse. The reversible jacket read "Keep America Great!" on the front, and "Trump" on the back. I voted for the person who wanted to heavily vet refugees. I want to "wow" people.