Joy Villa made another political statement on fashion at the premiere of "Unplanned" in Los Angeles, a film based on the book of former Parenthood Planner Abby Johnson of the same name.
Planned Parenting in 2009, where she worked for eight years. Villa said she had received Johnson's contribution to her hot pink dress, which was adorned with a little finesse, reading "F-k Planned Parenthood."
"I believe in female health clinics, but abortion is not health, and planned parenting insisted on this and indoctrinating girls with pink and girl," said Villa to The Hollywood Reporter Monday for the Barbie inspired ensemble. of the MPAA, which some have accused of anti-conservative bias, but Villa believes that the limited rating is justified
"This shows abortion, but not necessarily, without graphics Abby herself had two abortions. with a pill, and it's under the shower, and the blood runs down the legs and the pieces go out of her and she puts her in the toilet and weeps, "Villa said," then she's on the ground, screaming and weeping, so in this context it's brutal and forcible. "I think an R rating makes it more famous I think you have to be at least 1
JOY VILLA MULLS A RUN FOR THE CONGRESS
Singer Villa is well known for its conservative statements in style.
In February, she was dressed as a frontier wall in Grammy, and in 2018 she wore a pro-life dress, which was the biggest night of music, and in 2017 she wore the dress up "Make America Big Again" on Red carpet
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According to Billboard, after dressed up with her MAGA Grammy dress from 2017, she saw a jump of 15,000 sales of her "I Make the Static "EP, which reaches the top. 12 in just one week before completely withdrawing.
Before getting politically, Villa tried to make headlines showing the Grammy skin in 2015 and 2016