He even said it plain as day on Twitter this weekend: I'm sorry Taylor.
That is fine and well. However, over the past 24 hours, West has been tweeting a long, self-dubbed "stream-of-consciousness" diatribe about how he has been suffering over the past year--ever since he jumped on the 2009 VMAs stage, grabbed Taylor Swift's mic, and announced that Beyonce should have won in her place.
"I've hurt, I've bled, I've learned. I only want to do good. I am passionate I am human I am real," he pleaded on Twitter. "I wish I could talk to every hater face to face and change there a opinion of me one conversation at a time."
Again, fine and well. But. He didn't stop at explaining his personal development over the past year. West went on to point fingers at the media ("Who benefitted off of the moment? MTV? JAY LENO? BEYONCE? ALL FORMS OF MEDIA? TAYLOR? KANYE WEST? Who gained? Who lost?"), ponder why the incident wasRead More »from Kanye West, We Get It–You’re Sorry For What You Did To Taylor