Taylor Swift Absolves Kanye West in VMA Song

The singer offers forgiveness instead of ire.

Kanye West interrupting Taylor Swift's moment at the 2009 VMAs

At this year's MTV Videoa Music Awards, Taylor Swift exercised the poise and class that eluded Kanye West at last year's VMAs. Swift's ditty, which had been hyped up to slay Kanye West, was merely an ode to the "misunderstood" young man. "Thirty-two and still growing up now; who you are is not what you did," she sang softly, adding, "You're still an innocent." We just threw up in our mouths a little bit. At age 32, West should have known better, which is why he has tried to make amends, which is what grown people do. Usually we'd be mad at likening a grown man to a child, but until Mr. West begins acting more like a grown-up consistently instead of a petulant child, we'll overlook it, for now.

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