Teen country sensation Taylor Swift finally got what she was waiting for on Tuesday—an apology from Kanye West. As RadarOnline.com confirmed, the rapper called Taylor immediately following her appearance on The View to make ammends for interrupting her acceptance speech at Sunday’s MTV VMAs.
On Tuesday, Taylor talked about receiving that phone call, in an interview with ABC News Radio, and how she felt hearing the rapper’s apology.
“He did call me,” she said. “He was very sincere in his apology, and I accepted his apology.”
When asked if things will be ok between them down the road, Taylor, 19, responded, “Yeah, definitely,” and revealed that it was the support she received from her peers in the music industry and fans that allowed her to get to a place where she could accept Kanye’s apology.
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As RadarOnline.com reported, West jumped on stage on Sunday night during Swift’s acceptance for Best Video, reportedly sending the teen country sensation into tears backstage.
Despite confessing how sorry he was on his blog and on The Jay Leno Show on Monday night, Kanye had yet to express his remorse to Taylor herself.