2020 is looking up to be the year that celebrities let their MAGA pride flag fly for all to see. After Joy Villa wowed everyone in her pro-Trump dress at the Grammy Awards this past weekend, Frank Clark, defensive end for the Kansas City Chiefs, wore some Trump swag of his own during a Super Bowl press conference last Friday. The big moment went viral on social media Thursday when Benny Johnson shared footage of the moment on Twitter. Take a look:
WATCH: Kansas City Chiefs DE Frank Clark wears @realDonaldTrump sweater to his Super Bowl press conference.
— The Daily Wire (@realDailyWire) January 30, 2020
The sweater features a photo of the moment when President Trump met rap icon Kanye West at Trump Tower in Manhattan shortly after the 2016 election.
“I got my good friend in L.A. At Zero’s; it’s a clothing store,” he told reporters after they asked him to explain his sweater. “I’ll never forget. You all know the moment when Donald Trump met Kanye. A historical moment in our history.”
Reporters and Frank shared a laugh as the press conference continued.
As noted earlier, singer Joy Villa became a popular sensation on social media earlier this week when she wore a pro-Trump dress to the Grammy Awards.
“Joy Villa, an award-winning recording artist and political activist, arrived at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards wearing a red, white and blue ensemble,” reported The Daily Wire’s Joseph Curl on Monday. “The 28-year-old hit some poses for the cameras, showing off a tight floor-length red dress and white form-fitting coverlet adorned with blue sequins and white stars. She wore two huge red ostrich feathers in her hair and carried a tiny clutch purse emblazoned with a red, white and blue elephant, the symbol of the Republican Party.”
“On the front of her dress, in huge white letters and numbers, it read ‘TRUMP 2020.’ On the back of the backless dress, it read: ‘IMPEACHED & RE-ELECTED,’” the report continued.
Villa’s gown came custom-made by Desi Allinger of Desi Designs, who told The Hollywood Reporter (THR) that First Lady Melania Trump inspired some of the design. “The collar of Joy’s latex dress was inspired by a neckline on a dress by Alexander McQueen, and the coat is inspired by our first lady [Melania Trump] — I just picture her in this. So yeah, USA!” she said.
“I feel like Miss America in this; it’s all couture,” Villa told THR before the show. “He’s going to be the first president in history to be impeached and re-elected.”
Whether or not Frank Clark would visit the White House in the event of Kansas City winning the Super Bowl remains to be seen. Last week, however, 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman said that he most likely would not visit the White House if his team squeaked out a Sunday victory.
“I haven’t thought about it,” Sherman told San Francisco Chronicle’s Scott Ostler regarding a White House visit. “We’ve got a long way between now and then, but I doubt it.”
Last year, prior to the Super Bowl game in which they lost to the New England Patriots, Rams head coach Sean McVay said the team was “undecided” on whether or not they would visit the White House.
Author: Paul Bois