Kanye West Let S Have A Toast

September 13, 2010 by Post Team 

Kanye West Let S Have A Toast, Surprisingly, there was no face to face interaction between Taylor Swift and Kanye West at the Video Music Awards 2010. Both artists, however the independent impact made in the awards program.

Halfway through the show, Swift performed a passionate ballad, worrying that said “you’re still innocent.” Based on the lyrics, including a reference to someone who is still growing at age 32, the presumption is that the song was a message from the acquittal of Kanye West. During last year’s awards show, Kanye West stormed the stage during his acceptance speech for Best Female Video to declare that Beyonce was the rightful winner for her “Single Ladies.”

Other references in the song suggests Swift could at the same time talking about the preservation of his own innocence after an encounter that certainly shook his naivete.

West, meanwhile, closed the show with “Runaway”, a song that ironically encouraged a toast to the douchebags “,” ashle “and” Jerkoffs. “The goal was not as flashy as Swift said (and he negotiated Swift minimized, set for a visually stunning staging), but the content could be very strong. West Lyrics seemed to suggest an idea of his (and society, as evidenced in a debate about the habits of Angelina connection during “Sunday Jersey Shore” episode) unwavering ability to find a way to masterfully perform a negative, “douchebag” tendencies.

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