Kanye West apologizes again to Swift on Leno
Monday, September 14, 2009
– Kanye West apologized yet again on the debut of the Jay Leno Show Monday night for taking the mike from Taylor Swift at the Video Music Association awards and saying Beyonce should have won the best female video award.
West told Leno he would take time off to reflect on his actions towards Swift. He apologized to her via his blog twice. West said he knew he did something wrong immediately after giving the mike back to Swift, who seemed stunned and was speechless. Beyonce later called her back on stage to speak.
"It was rude, period," West said.
He said he needed to determine "how I'm going to make it through the rest of this life."
West had been slated to perform on Leno with Rihanna and Jay-Z, but asked for time to talk about the controversy. He was booed at the VMAs and later asked to leave the New York theatre.
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