Kanye West Issues A Public Apology To Beck And Bruno Mars

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Less than a month after Kanye West’s statements on Beck’s win of Album of the Year at the Grammy Awards (Feb. 8), the Chi-town native has now issued a public apology to the “Waking Light” singer.

Taking to Twitter Thursday evening (Feb. 26), Yeezy expressed his apology in 140 characters, but also added Bruno Mars to his list of penitence.

“I also want to publicly apologize to Bruno Mars, I used to hate on him but I really respect what he does as an artist,” Ye said. The “All Day” rapper also mentioned that he would love for the “Uptown Funk” artist to sing a hook on a new song he co-produced with Diddy and 88 Keys, reigning in Tyler, the Creator to direct the future visual.

This news comes hours after Kanye spoke with BBC Radio One’s Zane Lowe, where he addressed his reasoning behind aiming his frustration with the Recording Academy toward Beck.

“Everyone has the right to be wrong… ironically, when I was having dinner with Taylor Swift, the Beck album starts playing and I was like. ‘Wow, this is really good, maybe I might have been wrong.’ And the Grammys are like an ex girlfriend,” he said. “Soon as you get in the car with them, you want to go right back home.”

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