- Asya Branch, 22, is the new Miss USA and is not the conventional beauty queen
- She loves guns and American's right to bear them as well as being a massive Donald Trump supporter
- She won the coveted Miss USA title at the pageant held at Graceland Mansion in Memphis, Tennessee
The new Miss USA is a republican's dream come true, the Mississippian is a fan of the second amendment which protects US citizen's right to bear arms and she is a Donald Trump fan.#
Asya Branch, 22, was won the judges over with her persuasive speech on how the media has betrayed the trust of the nation.
The pageant took place at the Graceland mansion in Memphis, Tennessee and of course, it had an Elvis theme.
Branch is also the first Mis Mississippi who is African American, which she won in 2018 and is the first Miss Mississippi to win the coveted title of Miss USA according to the Daily Mail.
Donald Trump used to own the Miss USA franchise and had participated with Branch in a roundtable discussion on criminal justice reform at the White House.
She happens to be a staunch supporter of Trump and even sang the American national anthem at one of his rallies in Southhaven, Mississippi in 2018.
Her Instagram account features pictures of her shooting guns and believes that gun owners should be educated on how to use weapons before they are allowed to purchase them.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that South Africa's beauty Shudufhadzo Musida just moved into her new home in Sandton. She will be staying in the beautiful fully furnished apartment for one whole year. The Central Square apartments in the Northern area of Johannesburg range between a whopping R4.2 and R21 million.
The new Miss SA also got R1million in cash as part of her prize along with R2million worth of clothes and beauty products. Not to mention all the love and support she is receiving from her adoring South African fans.
Taking to Instagram, the official Miss SA page welcomed Shudu into her beautiful new home. "Cheers to all the memories that you will create in this beautiful home," they wrote in the heartwarming Instagram post.
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