Pro-Trump singer Joy Villa, who rose to fame at the 2017 Grammy Awards back in February when she wore a red, white and blue “Make America Great Again” gown on the red carpet, has come out with a new song, titled, of course, “Make America Great Again.”
Villa’s attempts to make her voice louder and more beautiful than the voices of the “antifa” and Trump-haters are apparently working as her recently-released single climbed to number four on Amazon’s best-sellers list.
In a recent Fox News interview, Villa credited her recent success to her conservative political beliefs. And she issued the following warning to companies that advertise negative notions about the President:
“If people want to actually make money in this country with a product or get jobs, they need to also see there’s 50% of Americans who support the President. And I’ve unfriended…Un-followed certain companies that use in their promotions, ‘hey we don’t support the president’ or ‘down with Trump.’ I write them letters, I say ‘listen, you know I buy your products, I support the president, why are you alienating me?’ So these celebrities and these people who are doing that have a responsibility to all their fans not to just the fans who think like them.”
Villa gladly accepts her responsibility as a right-leaning role model for the younger generation as they are bombarded with the anti-Trump propaganda of Hollywood’s leftist culture. “I don’t feel as supported as my peers, but I get so many letters from people — teenagers, 13-year-old conservatives, who say, ‘because of your dress, I now stand up for my conservative beliefs,’” she said.
Watch the full interview in the video below:
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