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Kanye West redeems himself with debut of new song

HollywoodNews.com: Kanye West made a career changing moment at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards when he grabbed the microphone from Taylor Swift as she was giving her first acceptance speech. Well, this year MTV cut right to the chase and relived the moment more than once to get the big fat elephant out of the room.

However, as the show ended with a performance from West with a new song, it was clear that the rapper has taken some time over the past year to really reflect on the mistake he made. After a simple performance that featured West in an all red suit and a white background, he sang loud and clear, “shout out to the douche bags.” While one can’t help but wonder if this new song is a little self-biographical, his performance got a standing ovation and even a crowd chanting “Kanye, Kanye, Kanye,” as he exited the stage.

We’re just glad the only time we saw West on stage this year was for his own performance.

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