Kanye West Backtracks on His Apology to Taylor Swift

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At the 2009 MTV Video Awards, Kanye West infamously interrupted Taylor Swift during her Video of the Year acceptance speech. Since then, the 20-year-old country singer has penned the song 'Innocent' about the moment, and the rapper has apologized for his actions. But, in a recent interview with Minnesota radio station 101.3 KDWB, Kanye may have undone any positive effect of saying sorry.

The Chicago native was filmed talking about the VMA incident, saying: "It's like, what's so arrogant about that moment? If anything, it's selfless."
Kanye will be releasing his new album, 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy' later this month, and, he says he is the one who was ultimately affected by what went down last year, not Taylor, whose video, he says, would be regarded as the biggest of the decade.

"I'm walking around now with half an arm, trying to sell albums and having to walk in rooms and be afraid of my food getting spat in, like people going 'I lost all total respect for you,' and no one wants to just sit and look at the reality," West said.

What do you think about Kanye's comments? Is he really the victim? Should Taylor take back her forgiveness? %Poll-55472%

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