The singer opted to wear a "Build The Wall" gown to the annual award show, with a brick-inspired pattern dress, barbed wire on her shoulders, spikes in her hair and, of course, a MAGA handbag.
On Instagram, her designer distanced herself from the dress' political message, saying: "The views, thoughts and opinions expressed by my clients are not necessarily the same as my views, thoughts and opinions".
Meanwhile, she said former President Obama and former President Clinton wanted border walls during their time in public service.
While we're all for celebs taking a stand for what they believe in, we have to wonder if these stars even genuinely support Trump and his policies or if they're simply trying to cause a stir in order to get their name in headlines.
"I approach it as a show", she added.
Rebel posted a video to YouTube on Grammys night to explain the fashion statement designed by Filipino-American designer, Andre Soriano (Soriano designed Villa's 2017 MAGA gown). Keep America great. That's right, baby. "It only takes one", he said, Variety reported.