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In a recent interview with 'Vanity Fair,' Kanye West discussed the infamous MTV Awards/Taylor Swift debacle, describing his interruption as "revolutionary," if ill-timed. "Well, it was very punk rock and revolutionary and idealistic and very angry in a way. But the timing was in poor taste. And the other two things I've learned since then are humility and empathy- to be empathetic to other people's feelings. To care about how much this must mean to someone else, and not to think that my ideals or my righteousness are more important than someone else's feelings." Yeah dude, interrupting a young singer's acceptance speech in support of major label pop diva Beyonce is so punk rock/revolutionary. [VanityFair]

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