Taylor Swift’s New Song at VMA Points out Kanye West’s MisdoingsBy Turjo, Gaea News Network
Monday, September 13, 2010
LOS ANGELES (GaeaTimes.com) — Last night Taylor Swift stunned the audience at VMA’s by singing a new song named “Innocence” which seems to be inspired by Kanye West’s infamous stage crashing incident last year.
In 2009 at MTV’s VMA ceremony, Kayne West interrupted Taylor Swift on stage, while she was giving her Best Female Video acceptance speech. According to West, the award should have gone to Beyonce instead of Taylor Swift. Now, a year after, Swift has decided to pay back Kayne by composing a sarcastic new song. The lyrics of the song spoke about how Kayne ” lost his balance on a tightrope” or how he “lost [his] mind trying to get it back”. But the clearest reference to the rapper was made by the line- “32 is still growing up now”. Amusingly Kayne was 32, when he crashed the stage last year.
Taylor took the stage in a sparkling strapless knee-length white dress, with matching red lip stick. She was simply looking gorgeous with a black guitar in her hand.
It seems she has forgiven Kanye for all his misdoings. She sang the lines “Time turns flames to embers,” and “minds change like the weather I hope you remember today is never late to be brand new.” which clearly reflects how she feels now about the entire debacle.
It’s time to see what Kanye West has to say about Taylor Swift’s new song. It’s true that he didn’t do anything stupid this time, but will he be quite even after hearing this song? Has Kanye West really become a “gentleman”? Well, let us wait and see!
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