Kanye apologizes to Taylor Swift
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
– Kanye West contacted Taylor Swift to apologize for interrupting her speech Sunday at the Video Music Association awards, when he said an award she received should have gone to Beyonce.
"Kanye did call me, and he was very sincere in his apology, and I accepted that apology," Swift told ABC News Tuesday. When asked if she "Everything would be all right between you guys, ", Swift said, "Yeah, definitely."
"The support that I got from other artists and from the fans and from so many peoples ticking up for me, that's what got me to the place where I could accept that apology," Swift said.
Swift won an award for best female artist video Sunday. While talking, West grabbed the microphone from her and said Beyonce deserved the award. He was booed and later told to leave the Radio City Music Hall in New York where the awards took place. Beyonce appeared shocked over West's actions and later gave Swift time to finish her speech.
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