Kanye West Publicly Apologizes to Beck and Bruno Mars
The only way you've been able to avoid hearing about the Kanye West fiasco that took place during the 2015 Grammy Awards is if you've been living under a rock on another planet that exists in a different universe. But we'll recap it for you all the same. When Beck won the award for Album of the Year, Kanye almost pulled a Kanye by walking up to the stage, yanking the award out of Beck's hands and handing it over to Beyonce. He didn't actually do that, but it looked like he wanted to. Instead, he turned back around right before he made it to the microphone and the whole thing appeared to be some kind of self-aware joke where Kanye poked fun at himself. Except Kanye wasn't really kidding -- he believed Beck should have handed over his award to Beyonce.
After finally getting a chance to listen to Beck's album, it looks like Kanye is having second thoughts about what went down. Well, maybe not, but at the very least he decided it was something worth apologizing for, so he took to Twitter to publicly apologize to Beck. It was a simple, honest apology. You can check out his tweet below.
Kanye then decided to apologize to Bruno Mars, who he apparently used to dislike, too, but has come to respect as an artist. We assume it was "Uptown Funk" that really won him over, because no one is immune to the beauty of that song. You can also check out those tweets below.
In other Kanye news, during an interview with BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe, the "Only One" rapper had an emotional moment when talking about his fashion professor, Louise Wilson, who passed away. He spoke of the last time he saw her, saying (quote via E! News), "I didn't know we were going to lose her...and she told me, she said, you know, 'Thank you for the times where I came to performances and this has like really meant a lot to me, with...'" before needing to take a break to continue with the interview.
You can check out the full interview (which has some NSFW language) below.
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